Peripheral Neuropathy Symptoms

Peripheral Neuropathy

The most common symptoms of Peripheral Neuropathy include burning pain, tingling and numbness in the feet and hands is what is known as glove and stocking distribution. Diabetes is the most common cause of Peripheral Neuropathy. Other causes include alcoholism, sarcoidosis, celiac disease, chemotherapy, autoimmune diseases and certain pain medications including quinolone antibiotics. Dr. Kaplan is an expert in treating Peripheral Neuropathy with medications and nutritional supplements by Bakocts.

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