Peripheral Neuropathy

Peripheral neuropathy is a disorder caused from damage to the endings of the nerves. Patients frequently report burning, itching, or shooting pain that often begins in the feet and gradually progresses to other areas. Peripheral neuropathy is a symptom of an underlying disease or process and tested to find out the underlying cause. EMG and nerve conduction testing performed by a trained physician can help rule out other causes of these symptoms and help plan for the best course of treatment. Our neurologists are trained in advanced EMG and nerve conduction testing and are well-versed in diagnosing and managing peripheral neuropathy.

Update as of 4/30/2020

 

We are now starting to reschedule elective procedures for those patients who wish to undergo treatment.  We are still adhering to strict social distancing guidelines and take every precaution to ensure safety of our staff and patients.

 

We will continue to see patients via telehealth for office visits.

 

We appreciate all of our patients working with us during this time.

 

The Legacy Team 

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