Post-Traumatic Neuropathic Pain

Painful peripheral neuropathy is a common neurological disorder characterized by numbness, weakness, tingling and/or stabbing pain, often starting in the hands or feet.

Have you had surgery or trauma and now suffer from any of the above symptoms in the affected area? The pain may feel different than pain caused by a normal injury.

For one reason, neuropathy may affect not only nerves that transmit pain messages, but also non-pain sensory nerves that transmit other tactile sensations, such as vibration or temperature. We have a Clinical Research study investigating a new treatment for Post-Traumatic Neuropathic pain.

 

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