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The Best Ways to Treat and Control Neuropathic Pain

Do you ever feel a stabbing pain that is accompanied by numbness or a burning “pins and needles” sensation? If you do, you may be suffering from neuropathic pain. Neuropathic pain isn’t anything like the “usual” type of pain you experience in the immediate aftermath of an injury. NP is caused by nerve fibers that have become overactive after being damaged. They start sending inappropriate signals to pain centers in the brain and the spinal cord.

According to data from the Work Wellness and Disability Prevention Institute, 7% – 10% of adults over the age of 30 suffer from neuropathic pain. Although there’s no tissue damage, NP can quickly escalate to unbearable levels, and can remain for years if left untreated. Neuropathic pain is often suffered by people who suffer from the following conditions:

Fortunately, there are effective ways to alleviate and treat neuropathic pain. If you experience any of the symptoms, the first thing you should do is seek help from a pain management specialist. They will provide a treatment plan that is customized to your individual situations. Here are some of the most effective ways to control and treat neuropathic pain.


Physical Therapy

Physical therapy is known to be effective in reducing peripheral neuropathy pain. It can also help in strengthening muscles that have been weakened by NP. In some cases, traditional treatments such as acupuncture can also be an effective remedy. Acupuncture is known to promote the release of pain-numbing chemicals in the body. Last but not the least; massage is another treatment that can be effective in some cases. While there isn’t much clinical evidence to support the efficacy of massage as an NP treatment, it can certainly help in reducing pain muscle spasms that start over the affected area.


An Epidural Steroid Injection, or ESI for short, is a treatment that’s commonly prescribed for NP patients who experience pain in a particular area of the body. It involves your pain specialist giving you local anesthesia around the spinal cord before injecting steroids into the area. The effects of an ESI can last for weeks and even months. It can help in alleviating neuropathic pain that stems from disc herniation, stenosis and post herpetic neuralgia.

Regenerative Therapy 

Pain+Recovery are a collection of Pain therapy centers Opted for 07601 and 10022. We offer our clients treatments for their pain management needs at our clinics in the area. Get in touch with us today for more information on our services or to make an appointment with our specialists for treatment of Neuropathic pain NJ.

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