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Peripheral Neuropathy

Any interference or damage to the nerves that control the arm can cause peripheral neuropathy. This condition affects peripheral nerves, usually in appendages, resulting in changes in sensation and function, as well as chronic pain. Our interventional pain specialists at Ospina Medical offer innovative treatment options for peripheral neuropathy affecting the arm, hands and fingers at our clinic in Midtown Manhattan.

Symptoms of Arm or Hand Neuropathy

When the peripheral nerves that travel from the spinal cord to your arm and hand are damaged or irritated, you can experience peripheral neuropathy. This can occur suddenly after an injury, but it is more commonly caused due to continual irritation to the nerves. Symptoms can be constant or intermittent and include:

  • Tingling or prickling in the hand or fingers
  • Sensation of a “glove” on a hand or fingers
  • Shooting or sharp pains in the arm or hands
  • Intense sensitivity in the arm or hand
  • Burning or freezing pain
  • Twitching or muscle cramping

Are you recognizing symptoms of peripheral neuropathy? Treatment can help relieve these symptoms and give you relief when you visit our pain specialists at Ospina Medical.

Treatment for peripheral neuropathy symptoms can involve many different options. Our physicians utilize the most advanced medical technology to diagnose and target the affected nerves to create a personalized treatment plan. Possible treatments for arm or hand peripheral neuropathy includes nerve blocks, steroid injections and other options to mitigate nerve pain.

If you suffer from peripheral neuropathy in your arms or hands, come see the experts at Ospina Medical. We offer innovative treatment options to reduce or eliminate narcotic pain medications for managing chronic pain. Contact us at our clinic in NYC to schedule your appointment. You deserve to have freedom from chronic nerve pain, and enjoy a higher quality of life.

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