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Finding relief for chronic neuropathy pain: Recap of Dr. Karen May’s latest TV segment

Chronic neuropathy pain can be a debilitating condition for many, but relief is possible. Recently, WOOD TV's EightWest featured our very own Dr. Karen May during a segment that focused on the various treatment options available for people suffering from this condition, and how we approach things differently at Momentum Health Neuropathy Center.

Check out the video below and scroll down for our key takeaways and additional resources. 


Taking the first step

Feeling lost? Ready to move toward your healing journey but just not sure where to start? Our center has several resources that can help. Take a peek below for some key takeaways, with links to additional information on Dr. May’s approach to getting you back to your best self. 


Key takeaways 

  • Chronic neuropathy is a condition that affects the peripheral nervous system and is often associated with persistent pain. Think you might have it? Learn about some of the most common neuropathy symptoms
  • There are various treatment options available, including medications, topical treatments, physical therapies, and advanced interventions. However, many of these treatments only provide temporary relief. At Momentum, we believe that the healing process involves a comprehensive, whole-body approach. Learn more about how we can help with your neuropathy healing journey
  • Early intervention and a multidisciplinary approach are essential in managing chronic neuropathy pain effectively. We can’t stress this one enough. If you think you might be suffering from neuropathy, don’t wait to get help. The earlier you can begin to take steps to heal, the less chance you have of experiencing severe neuropathy
  • New research in the field of neuropathy is promising and could lead to more advanced treatment options. The medical field is always evolving and we’re grateful that more attention is being given to neuropathy. The good news is that you don’t have to wait for treatment options to evolve, instead, you can start your healing journey now.