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    When you have a condition like diabetes or HIV, you often experience a slew of unintended consequences, particularly if you don’t stay vigilant with your treatment plans. One of the risk factors of letting your disease progress is polyneuropathy, a painful nerve condition that affects several areas of your body at the same time. Polyneuropathy treatments, such as spinal cord stimulation, relieve your painful symptoms. Visit Pain Management NYC in New York City for the most effective treatment for polyneuropathy, as well as the diagnostic tools to help you uncover the cause of your nerve pain.

    What Is Polyneuropathy?

    Polyneuropathy refers to a condition that happens when more than one case of peripheral neuropathy, occurs at the same time. Peripheral nerves send messages between the central nervous system — the brain and spinal cord — and the rest of your body.

    Polyneuropathy can affect any number of systems simultaneously, including:

    Polyneuropathy typically is a symptom of an underlying problem, rather than a disease in and of itself. As polyneuropathy can have several causes, you need to seek medical care as soon as possible for an accurate diagnosis and proper polyneuropathy treatments, such as spinal cord stimulation. In New York City, experienced and skilled polyneuropathy specialists are at Pain Management NYC.

    These doctors offer treatment for polyneuropathy, as well as diagnoses and treatments for a wide range of nerve disorders, such as:


    What Are the Symptoms of Polyneuropathy?

    The symptoms of polyneuropathy differ depending on the nerves affected and how long you’ve suffered from the discomfort.

    Polyneuropathy symptoms may come on suddenly or gradually; common signs and symptoms include:

    Polyneuropathy symptoms can become more severe when left untreated and affect several bodily functions.

    Some potential complications and symptoms that may arise if you don’t receive effective polyneuropathy treatment include:

    What Causes Polyneuropathy?

    The cause of polyneuropathy is frequently unknown and called idiopathic. A variety of factors can cause polyneuropathy, and it’s often the result of a combination of them. So seek treatment and diagnoses from an experienced polyneuropathy specialist.

    The most common causes include:

    Polyneuropathy is diagnosed by your polyneuropathy specialist following a thorough evaluation, including a detailed medical history, physical examination and several diagnostic procedures.

    A common diagnostic process at Pain Management NYC includes:

    What’s the Treatment for Polyneuropathy?

    Which polyneuropathy treatment is determined to be the best course of action for you depends on the underlying cause and specific symptoms you have. It’s vital that you receive treatment for the underlying disease causing the neuropathy to avoid more nerve damage and to improve or eliminate your symptoms.

    A general approach to treatment for polyneuropathy includes:

    To prevent polyneuropathy and the pain that accompanies it, maintain good general health by:

    To receive an accurate diagnosis and effective treatment for polyneuropathy, contact Pain Management NYC, one of the few practices in New York City with doctors who are both certified and experienced in finding the true cause of your pain and delivering excellent service to relieve your suffering so that you can return to a pain-free life.

    Page Modified on Jan 21, 2024 by Dr. Boleslav Kosharskyy, MD (Pain Management Doctor)
    Boleslav Kosharskyy, MD | Interventional Pain Management Doctor in New York City

    Boleslav Kosharskyy, MD, is a top-rated, best-in-class interventional pain management doctor. He is board-certified in Anesthesiology, Interventional Pain Medicine, and Palliative Care.

    Dr. Kosharskyy is an Associate Professor of Anesthesiology and Rehabilitation Medicine at Albert Einstein Medical College. He’s also the Associate Medical Director of Pain Medicine and Director of Anesthesia for the Joint Replacement Center at Montefiore Medical Center and Albert Einstein Medical College.

    He is an active member of the American Society of Anesthesiology (ASA), the American Society of Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine (ASRA), and the New York State Society of Anesthesiologists (NYSSA)

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