Peripheral neuropathy in the feet and other extremities due to diabetes is sometimes reversible with proper treatment, according to Petr Boucek for The Review of Diabetic Studies. However, the potential for reversing thi... More »

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As of 2015, there are no medications that can reverse nerve damage created by peripheral neuropathy; however, the sensory symptoms of most types of peripheral neuropathy can be effectively treated if the cause is identif... More »

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Controlling blood sugar levels, proper foot care, and physical exercise are all good ways to treat neuropathy at home, according to WebMD. Warm water baths and supplementing the diet with vitamin B complex can also be be... More »

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Peripheral neuropathy, or nerve damage to the feet and other extremities, has many potential causes, including alcoholism, diabetes, exposure to toxins, infections and tumors, reports Mayo Clinic. Other possible causes i... More »

The most common cause of neuropathy in the feet is diabetes, explains the American Podiatric Medical Association. About 60 to 70 percent of people living with diabetes develop neuropathy within their lifetime. Other caus... More »

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The main treatment options for someone who has neuropathy pain in the feet include prescription medications, topical pain relievers and acupuncture, according to HowStuffWorks. Neuropathic pain can be difficult to treat,... More »

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Diabetic neuropathy is a condition in which a person's nerves are damaged as a result of diabetes. Most reports indicate that diabetic neuropathy leads to a loss of sensation in the feet, according to the National Instit... More »

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