Neuropathy in Ocala, FL
Neuropathic pain is a stabbing, burning or tingling sensation that is both debilitating, and dramatically undermining to your overall quality of life. With locations in Lake City, Ocala, and Lady Lake, top-rated Florida Pain Rehabilitation Center, one of the state’s leading pain management treatment centers, can help residents in Gainesville, The Villages and the surrounding communities effectively manage their pain from neuropathy.
What Causes My Pain from Neuropathy?
Neuropathy is the term used to describe a problem with your nerves, most usually your peripheral nerves, as opposed to your central nervous system. It may be a long-term chronic condition where symptoms progress slowly at first or your pain from neuropathy can be characterized as being of a sudden onset, with rapid progress, and a slow resolution. Every nerve in your peripheral system has a unique function, so your symptoms will uniquely depend on the specific type of nerve affected and whether they are sensory nerves, motor nerves that control your muscle movements, or autonomic nerves, which are part of your autonomic nervous system.
Do you have sharp, jabbing, throbbing, freezing or burning pain, extreme sensitivity to touch, and a lack of coordination? If you have muscle weakness and heat intolerance, these all can be negative effects of painful neuropathic symptoms. The effect of pain from neuropathy on your quality of life can be profound. Here at Florida Pain and Rehabilitation, we have a commitment to delivering the highest standards of care for your pain from neuropathy, utilizing innovative therapies that both restore your health and improve your quality of life, while delivering superior outcomes to you.
How Will You Diagnose and Treat My Pain from Neuropathy?
Chronic peripheral neuropathy can quite often come about as a result of damage to your peripheral nerves, potentially from a wide variety of sources. It very often results in weakness, numbness, and pain, usually in your hands and feet, but may also affect other areas of your body. Your pain from neuropathy can result from traumatic injuries, infections, metabolic problems, inherited causes, overexposure to toxins, or even diabetes.
The professionals at Florida Pain and Rehabilitation are neuropathy pain authorities, led by Dr. YiLi Zhou, a Harvard-trained, board-certified pain specialist, and neurologist. We can diagnose your condition and help you with interventional pain management treatment for neuropathy pain. Dr. Zhou is committed to providing his patients with truly integrated pain management services for acute, chronic or intractable neuropathy. We will examine the numerous signs and symptoms of neuropathy to look for possible nerve damage in your case. Depending on your unique case, medications can be used to reduce your discomfort from peripheral neuropathy, so that you can begin your journey to being pain-free.
How Much Will it Cost to Treat My Pain from Neuropathy in Ocala?
At Florida Pain and Rehabilitation, we understand that each patient’s neuropathy condition is unique, which is why we take the time to develop a personalized interventional pain management plan. As a result, your costs will vary based on your unique needs. During your consultation, we will provide you with the specific cost for your customized pain management plan.
We accept most major insurance providers, including the majority of workers’ compensation plans. We also welcome all standard forms of payment, in addition to offering convenient financing and payment plans to make pain management affordable for all of our patients. If you’re in pain, contact us now to set up your appointment, and as long as your insurance doesn’t require authorization from your primary care physician, we can offer you either same day or next day scheduling.
With locations in Lake City, Ocala, and Lady Lake, top-rated Florida Pain and Rehabilitation Center is a leader in treating pain conditions for residents in Gainesville, The Villages, and the surrounding communities, using the latest pain management techniques and procedures available. Our patients benefit from a faster recovery period and lower risk of complications caused by neuropathy pain. Contact us today!