Neuropathy is defined as damage to the nerve, and is often characterized by numbness, tingling, and/or a burning pain sensation. Diabetic neuropathy can be caused by either Type I or Type II diabetes and most commonly occurs in the hands or feet. Treatment of diabetic neuropathy includes aggressive treatment of the diabetes in order to control the blood sugar. To address related symptoms, such as chronic pain, symptom management therapies range from medications, mild exercise, injections, and more.

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