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doctor and patient talk about treating neuropathic painIf you’re experiencing symptoms like numbness, tingling, burning, or shooting pain in your arms or legs, you may be suffering from neuropathic pain. This type of chronic pain, caused by nerve damage or malfunction, can make it difficult to perform daily tasks and impact your overall quality of life. It can be frustrating trying different medications and treatments without finding relief, and if you’re ready to try a different approach, TRU Wellness Center is here to help. 

Ketamine infusion therapy has shown effectiveness in treating neuropathic pain by targeting the receptors responsible for sending pain signals. By blocking these receptors, ketamine can provide temporary relief and reduce the intensity of symptoms. This treatment option is particularly beneficial for those who have not responded well to other forms of medication or therapies. 

Neuropathic pain treatment at TRU Wellness Center is personalized and tailored to your specific needs. Call 888.680.7025 today to discover how we can help

Understanding Neuropathic Pain

Neuropathic pain is a complex, chronic pain condition typically caused by damage or disease affecting the somatosensory nervous system. Unlike nociceptive pain, which arises from potential or actual tissue damage, neuropathic pain arises from abnormalities in the nerves themselves. This can result in spontaneous pain, or an increased response to painful and non-painful stimuli.

There are multiple causes of neuropathic pain, which can be broadly grouped into peripheral neuropathic pain, central neuropathic pain, or mixed (both). Potential causes include conditions like:

  • Diabetes
  • Shingles
  • Chemotherapy
  • Nerve compression or trauma
  • Multiple sclerosis
  • Certain types of surgery
  • Vitamin deficiencies.

Symptoms of neuropathic pain vary widely from person to person but often include sensations of burning, shooting, stabbing, tingling, or numbness in the affected area. In some cases, the pain can occur spontaneously, and often, the pain persists even after the original injury or disease process has healed or ceased. Because the nerve damage or malfunction that causes neuropathic pain is often irreversible, the pain can be chronic.

Signs of Neuropathic Pain 

You might benefit from neuropathic pain treatment if you’re experiencing the following: 

  • Chronic pain in a specific area that doesn’t improve with typical treatments or medications. 
  • Shooting, burning, stabbing, or tingling sensations. 
  • Numbness and weakness in the affected area. 
  • Changes in skin color or temperature around the painful area. 

Traditional approaches to treating neuropathic pain often rely on medications that target the nervous system, such as antidepressants, anticonvulsants, and opioids. However, these medications can come with unwanted side effects and may not provide enough relief for some individuals. 

At TRU Wellness Center, we specialize in innovative treatments like ketamine infusion therapy that have shown promise in alleviating neuropathic pain. 

Ketamine Infusion Therapy for Neuropathic Pain 

Ketamine infusion therapy has shown promising results in providing relief for neuropathic pain. By targeting specific receptors in the brain and spinal cord, ketamine can effectively block pain signals and provide temporary relief. This treatment option is particularly effective for those who have not responded well to other forms of medication or therapy. 

At TRU Wellness Center, we offer personalized ketamine infusion therapy for neuropathic pain. Our experienced medical team will monitor you throughout the entire process to ensure your safety and comfort. The effects of ketamine can last for weeks or even months, significantly improving your quality of life and allowing you to function more comfortably. 


Contact TRU Wellness Center for Neuropathic Pain Treatment 

Are you tired of living with the constant pain and discomfort of neuropathic pain? TRU Wellness Center is here to help. Our compassionate and experienced team will work with you to create a personalized treatment plan that addresses your unique needs. Contact us today at 888.680.7025 or reach out to us online to learn more about our neuropathic pain treatment options and schedule an appointment.