Nerve Pain in Warren, MI
Experience a Pain-Free Life with Help From Stop Feet Pain Fast Institute
Nerve pain in your foot is caused by damage within the actual nerve or from pressure placed on the nerve caused by another condition. Often, this pain is associated with peripheral neuropathy, a result of high blood sugar and diabetes. Neuropathy affects the nerves and symptoms usually present themselves in your hands and feet. If you find yourself feeling pain, numbness, or tingling sensations in your hands or feet, you may be experiencing peripheral neuropathy. To find out what’s causing your discomfort, schedule an exam with our board-certified podiatrist for 5-star-rated treatment for nerve pain in Warren, MI.
What Are the Symptoms of Neuropathy?
Throughout years of treating diabetic patients, Dr. Weintert has seen and treated many common neuropathy symptoms, such as:
- Shooting and tingling sensations in one or both of the feet
- “Pins and needles” sensation in the ball or bottom of the feet, which can also radiate up into the ankle and to the leg
One complication of neuropathy is Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome, which occurs when an entrapped nerve gets inflamed and compressed. Neuromas are also treated in patients with neuropathy. This is when nerves become inflamed and create the sensation of a pebble or a rock permanently in the ball of your foot. It can create heat, swelling, and discomfort.
How is Nerve Pain Treated?
Our experienced podiatrist, Dr. Weinert, has treated nerve pain and peripheral neuropathy in many patients over the years with excellent results. One effective treatment option is a medication given by a series of injections. This treatment process restores the nerve to proper function again and relieves the patient from the associated pain and discomfort.
Another option recommended by Dr. Weinert is a natural supplement called Metanx. This supplement contains vitamin B6, B12, and folic acid, which work internally to heal the damaged nerve and increase blood circulation to the nerve in order to nourish it. Taken for two to six months, Dr. Weinert has seen neuropathy symptoms reversed with this type of treatment. Custom-made orthotics can also alleviate symptoms and help prevent further issues from occurring.
Contact Us for a Consultation for Nerve Pain in Warren, MI, Today!
Dr. Weinert believes in taking a holistic approach to foot care and correcting the pathology within the foot structure that’s causing malalignment. If you’re experiencing nerve-related foot pain, call our friendly office today to schedule an exam and get started on the road to your pain-free life!
New patients are encouraged to take advantage of our Dr. Weinert Foot Alignment Consultation, which includes an exam, gait analysis, fluoroscopy x-ray imaging, patient education, and an in-depth consultation with our board-certified podiatrist. Simply call 248.362.3338 to reach our Troy office or 586.751.3338 to reach our Warren office and speak with one of our friendly team members. You may also click here to use our convenient online form. We look forward to meeting you!
As one of the premier podiatry centers in Warren, MI, our team at Stop Feet Pain Fast Institute also provides 5-star-rated foot, ankle, and heel care to patients from Troy, Birmingham, Sterling Heights, Clawson, Madison Heights, Royal Oak, Rochester Hills, Auburn Hills & West Bloomfield, MI, and surrounding areas.