Neuropathy is reversible in some cases if diagnosed and treated early, states WebMD. If the peripheral nerve has not died, regeneration is possible, according to the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Strok... More »

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Peripheral neuropathy is a medical condition that causes tingling, numbness and burning pain throughout the body, but primarily in the hands and feet. According to Mayo Clinic, peripheral neuropathy can be caused by a nu... More »

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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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Neuropathy is a term that refers to diseases or malfunctions of the nerves, according to eMedicineHealth. There are several types of neuropathy, including peripheral, cranial, autonomic and focal neuropathy. More »

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Some of the most common treatments for peripheral neuropathy include taking an array of medications, receiving physical therapy and, in some cases, undergoing surgery, states Mayo Clinic. The cause of the neuropathy is v... More »

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Neuropathy is a complication of a medical condition or disease and can sometimes be cured by addressing the underlying cause. Treatment varies based on the triggering condition, and when it cannot be cured or identified,... More »

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Neuropathy, has a number of causes, including diabetes, vitamin deficiency, alcohol, auto-immune disease, inherited disorders and cancer, according to MedicineNet. While these are some of the more common causes, frequent... More »

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