Neuropathy

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

Neuropathy affects around 30 million men and women in the U.S. alone, and it can cause symptoms severe enough to make life miserable. Fortunately, there’s a solution for neuropathy issues like weakness, pain, numbness, and balance issues. St. Rose Integrative Medical Center, a Henderson, Nevada, neuropathy clinic led by Dr. Yvonne C. Ortega, MD, FACEP, specializes in the most effective neuropathy diagnosis and treatment available. To get neuropathy help that’s nonsurgical, noninvasive, and non-narcotic, use our online booking tool or call now to schedule a consultation.

Neuropathy Q & A
What is neuropathy?

Neuropathy is a group of disorders that happen when your peripheral nervous system sustains damage. Common problems with neuropathy include:

  • Pain in your hands and feet

  • Numbness in your hands and feet

  • Burning sensation in your hands and feet

  • Balance issues

  • Muscle weakness

 

If you suffer from neuropathy, it’s very likely that you’ll have several of these symptoms, or maybe even all of these symptoms, at once. Your neuropathy symptoms may vary in intensity, but they won't go away without the right treatment.

What are the different types of neuropathy?

There are three main types of neuropathy. Dr. Ortega works with patients suffering from all of these types of neuropathy at St. Rose Integrative Medical Center.

If you suffer from diabetes, you may also develop diabetic peripheral neuropathy if your blood sugar isn't well-controlled. About 50% of all diabetes sufferers have nerve damage at some point.

Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy

Chemo-induced neuropathy can develop if you're going through chemotherapy for cancer, HIV, or AIDS. The drugs that you take during chemotherapy, although helpful in fighting disease, can have side effects like neuropathy.

Chemo-Induced Neuropathy
Idiopathic neuropathy

If you suffer from neuropathy with no clear cause, you have idiopathic neuropathy. Although the cause isn't known, you can still get effective treatment, just as with diabetic peripheral neuropathy or chemo-induced neuropathy.

Neuropathy, regardless of type, causes symptoms that eventually become unbearable. Dr. Ortega provides cutting-edge medical technologies that will set you on the path to neuropathy relief.

What is the treatment for neuropathy?

Your treatment at St. Rose Integrative Medical Center includes the most powerful medical technology available today. St. Rose Integrative Medical Center uses a treatment system that’s truly groundbreaking, and unlike anything else being done elsewhere in the United States today. Dr. Ortega is widely regarded as a leader in neuropathy medicine, and patients from all over the country come to St. Rose Integrative Medical Center for neuropathy relief.

Want to get the greatest and most advanced help for neuropathy today? Visit St. Rose Integrative Medicine’s beautiful state-of-the-art facility for your consultation soon. Use online booking, or phone the office to arrange your visit to the neuropathy clinic now.

Types and Symptoms of

Neuropathy

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Charmaine Ortega, MD, FACEP, Henderson, NV

Phone (appointments): 702-703-5717 | Phone (general inquiries): 702-405-6333

Address: 10561 Jeffreys St. , Ste. 100, Henderson, NV 89052