- Q What are the symptoms of peripheral neuropathy?
The symptoms of peripheral neuropathy vary depending on which nerves are affected. Often, symptoms begin as numbness or tingling on the feet. They may then increase to include stabbing or burning pain, muscle problems such as paralysis or weakness, and... Full Answer
- Q What are the symptoms of superficial somatic pain?
Superficial somatic pain is pain that begins in the skin. Immediately following the injury that causes this type of pain, a sharp sensation may be felt in the affected area. As time passes, that sharp pain is replaced by a pain that is more often... Full Answer
- Q What increases my risk for complex regional pain syndrome?
Because most cases of complex regional pain syndrome are reported after a person undergoes some sort of trauma, having an injury or other trauma can increase your risk of getting the disorder. Some examples of trauma that result in complex regional pain... Full Answer
- Q What causes peripheral neuropathy?
Dr. Mehmet Oz, CardiologyPeripheral neuropathy is caused by a dysfunction in the nerves that travel from your head, face, torso, arms, and legs to your spinal cord. Irritation or damage to these nerves sends a confusing signal to the brain, which interprets the signal as pain.... Full Answer