Peripheral Neuropathy

Residential Service Agency in Baltimore, Maryland



  • Initial comprehensive assessment
  • Education for patient and caregiver on home self-care tasks
  • Medication review and education
  • Treatment/compliance education
  • Instruction on nutrition and diet
  • Rehabilitation team to restore to optimal functional level
  • Interventional symptom management

How is Neuropathy treated?

The treatment of peripheral neuropathy depends on its cause. Doctors will first treat the underlying condition; such as diabetes. The symptoms of the condition will then be treated. Treating or controlling the condition can allow peripheral nerves to heal or prevent new damage. Some treatments/therapies include:

  • Medications such as pain relievers, anticonvulsants, antidepressants, immunosuppressive drugs, and topical creams and patches.
  • Hand or foot braces or orthopedic shoes
  • Surgery
  • Physical therapy
  • Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) therapy

Other actions that may help include:

  • Exercise
  • Don’t smoke
  • Eat healthy, well-balanced meals
  • Avoid alcohol
  • If you are diabetic, keep your blood glucose levels under control
  • Massage to the hands and feet
  • Take good care of your feet

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Certified Home Nursing Solutions LLCCONTACT INFORMATION

Please let us know about your inquiries and concerns using the information provided below.

  • 1st location: 500 Edgewood Road, #104 Edgewood, Maryland 21040 Counties Served: Harford, Cecil and Kent County.
  • 2nd location: 1551 Postal Rd., Chester, MD 21619 Counties served: Queen Anne's, Anne Arundel, and Prince Georges County.
  • 3rd location: 1201 Pemberton Drive, #1A & 1B Salisbury, Maryland 21801 Counties Served: Caroline, Dorchester, Talbot, Wicomico and Worcester County.
  • Phone: 443-456-6779 Fax: 443-484-7916
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