Damage to the nerves can be the result of an injury that damages the spinal cord or causes the bones to heal abnormally. Diabetes is another primary cause of neuropathy. The fluctuation of blood glucose levels can prevent the nerves from getting the nutrients they need to function properly. If they’re continually deprived of what they need to remain healthy, the resulting damage can lead to diabetic neuropathy.

Dr. Stephens can develop a pain management plan that will be able to not only relieve the pain of neuropathy but also slow down its progression. With proper treatment, you will be able to become more active. Increasing your level of activity and regularly exercising may also help to control your pain and discomfort.