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St. Luke Integrative Medical Center
Charmaine Ortega, MD,
FACEP
Neuropathy treatment center located in
Huntsville, AL

If you suffer from peripheral neuropathy, you know how excruciating your symptoms can be. But at St. Luke Integrative Medical Center in Huntsville, Alabama, you can receive state-of-the-art treatments to help reduce your neuropathic pain. Dr. Yvonne Ortega is a renowned leader in the field of neuropathy medicine. She provides a variety of innovative treatments, which can stimulate nerve cells and help relieve neuropathy symptoms without drugs or surgery. To learn more about these exciting new treatments for peripheral neuropathy, call Dr. Ortega today, or request an appointment online.

Burning Q & A
What does burning in the hands or feet mean?

Burning in the hands or feet often means that you have nerve damage, so it's quite common among neuropathy sufferers. This can occur in any type of neuropathy.

If you experience persistent burning in your hands, feet, or both, it's important to get help right away. If you get diagnosed with neuropathy early enough — before the nerves actually die — you can help the damaged nerves regain health through high-tech treatments.

What other neuropathy symptoms happen along with burning?

The most common symptom of neuropathy is pain. You might experience sharp, stabbing, or shooting pains in the feet or the hands along with the burning. 

You may also experience tingling, muscle weakness, and problems with your balance if you suffer from diabetic neuropathy or another type of neuropathy. It's quite common to experience multiple neuropathy symptoms at one time, which means that neuropathy symptoms can be quite debilitating if you don’t seek out effective treatment.

These symptoms may improve somewhat over time, but your damaged nerves aren't able to fully heal on their own. This means that you won't get true and lasting symptom relief without medical help. That's where specialized treatments at St. Luke Integrative Medical Center come in.

How does treatment for neuropathy burning work?

Neuropathy treatment at St. Luke Integrative Medical Center emphasizes the most advanced scientific and biological advances today. Dr. Ortega blends the most effective and most advanced treatments in an entirely new way.

Your treatment for burning, tingling, and other miserable neuropathy symptoms is noninvasive. To get genuinely amazing changes in your body, you need a truly groundbreaking approach, and that’s exactly what St. Luke Integrative Medical Center offers you. 

If you're suffering from burning and other terrible symptoms of neuropathy, you don't have to live like that any longer. Use the online appointment maker to request your neuropathy burning assessment right now, or call the St. Luke Integrative Medical Center office to make your appointment with Dr. Ortega.

Types and Symptoms of

Neuropathy

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Charmaine Ortega, MD, FACEP, Huntsville, AL

Phone (appointments): 256-929-7616 | Phone (general inquiries): 256-801-4536

Address: 415-E Church St. NW, Ste. 4  Huntsville, AL 35801