Medications, complementary therapies and physical therapy help treat nerve damage due to diabetes, also known as diabetic neuropathy, according to WebMD. While there is no cure for diabetic neuropathy, keeping blood suga... More »

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Treatment for nerve pain in the feet includes physical therapy, transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation, plasma exchange, intravenous immune globulin therapy and surgery, according to Mayo Clinic. Medications used fo... More »

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Leg nerve pain can be treated through surgical means, but chiropractic manipulation and anti-inflammatory drugs can lessen the symptoms of a pinched sciatic nerve, reports Spine-health. If the nerve pain is due to pirifo... More »

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Treatments for foot pain from nerve damage include nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, physical therapy, relaxation therapy, electrical stimulation and successful treatment of any underlying conditions, WebMD states. C... More »

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Numb fingers or toes is often a sign of diabetic neuropathy, or nerve damage due to diabetes, notes the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases. Diabetic neuropathy is a condition that affects ab... More »

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Nonsurgical treatment options for arthritis in the toes include anti-inflammatory and pain medications, steroid injections, physical therapy, and pads or shoe insoles, according to WebMD. Surgical treatment options inclu... More »

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Common causes of nerve damage include autoimmune diseases, cancer, diabetes, trauma and drug side effects. Additional causes are neuron diseases, malnutrition and infectious diseases, according to WebMD. More »