Receiving prompt treatment for shingles may help slow down the progression of shingles. The early symptoms are subtle and appear before the red rash and/or fluid-filled blisters. If you’ve had chickenpox as a child, you can develop shingles as an adult. But how do you recognize that you may be […]
Nerve pain (called neuropathic pain), is one of the more difficult and uncomfortable types of pain. We must first gain a little more information on neuropathic pain. Improving the health and well-being of the communities we serve.
Nerve pain is a result of several health issues a person could have. For example, fibromyalgia often leaves a person riddled with nerve pain. The problem with nerve pain is that there is not saying when this is going to strike, nor can you say how long it will last. […]
How often do you feel pins and needles in your arm? Do you experience numbness in your foot after prolonged sitting? are you noticing any sensory issues? Take your time! Well! Pain, regardless it is acute or chronic, is the most common complaint that has been reported in primary medical […]
Depression is created due to discomfort in the body. People who live with chronic pain in the body find it very difficult to manage the day to day life. When depression is combined with chronic pain, it can be even tougher. Neuropathic pain can be just one cause for discomfort […]
Shingle is a disease of a nerve and the encompassing skin surface which is mostly supplied by the nerve itself, brought on by the varicella-zoster infection. This is the same infection that causes chickenpox and any individual who has recouped from chickenpox, whether young or old can easily get shingles. There […]
Overview of neuropathic pain Neuropathic pain is an unpredictable and ceaseless pain that that mostly occurs in connection to tissue damage or injury. It may result from a broken, damaged or dysfunctional nerve strands. Such nerve strands (strings) may therefore send incorrect signals as a result or fail to completely […]