Neuropathic Pain

St. Rose Integrative Medical Center
Charmaine Ortega, MD,
Neuropathy treatment center located in Henderson, NV

Neuropathic pain is one of the most common neuropathy symptoms. Whether the pain is burning, dull, shooting, or some other type of pain, there's a noninvasive solution available. Dr. Yvonne C. Ortega, MD, FACEP, the medical director at St. Rose Integrative Medical Center in Henderson, Nevada, is the best at what she does. She's an expert who developed a unique cutting-edge approach that can reduce pain and other symptoms. Use the online appointment form, or call the office to schedule you consultation today.

Neuropathic Pain Q & A
What is neuropathic pain like?

Neuropathic pain can vary considerably from one patient to another. Your nerve pain may be overwhelming to the point of incapacitation sometimes, while being only moderately troublesome at other times. 

If neuropathy is the source of your pain, there are usually some other neuropathy symptoms, including:

  • Shooting pains in the feet

  • Numbness in the feet and hands

  • Burning sensation in the feet

  • Muscle weakness in and around the feet and hands

  • Balance issues


When you suffer from neuropathy, you'll likely experience multiple symptoms at once. While pain may be the biggest concern, all of the symptoms can come together to be nearly overwhelming if you don’t reach out for help.

If you suffer from diabetes or if you’re undergoing chemotherapy, your risk for neuropathy is elevated and you need to watch closely for signs of this kind of pain. However, neuropathy pain can potentially occur in anyone, so be sure to see your doctor if you notice the kind of symptoms listed above.

Will neuropathic pain go away on its own?

Neuropathy pain may diminish somewhat naturally over time, but it won't go away completely on its own. If you try to ignore neuropathy pain, it's likely that you'll experience permanent nerve damage. 

You may completely lose sensation in your feet or hands if you don’t get treatment, or you could end up with pain that makes it nearly impossible to walk. The best way to handle neuropathy pain is to encourage nerve cell health, and this is what Dr. Ortega specializes in at St. Rose Integrative Medicine. 

What is the treatment plan for neuropathic pain?

Your treatment at St. Rose Integrative Medicine is like nothing else available in the U.S. today. Dr. Ortega’s unique treatment protocols combine state-of-the-art techniques in a unique and incredibly powerful way. 

This truly groundbreaking treatment system is one of the main reasons that St. Rose Integrative Medical Center is the leader in the world of neuropathy medicine today. The results are easy to see in the many satisfied patients at St. Rose Integrative Medical Center. 

Use online booking, or phone the office to schedule a consultation now.

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