Exercise may benefit patients with idiopathic polyneuropathy and alleviate severe pain symptoms if done regularly.
Low-frequency spinal cord stimulation (SCS) may be effective for treating painful diabetic neuropathy.
In patients with dementia, pain is a correlate or prodromal symptom rather than a direct cause of dementia.
Can the lipid-lowering and anti-inflammatory effects of statins lower risk for diabetic polyneuropathy? Investigators sought to determine the answer.
A standardized approach is vital for the assessment of neuropathic cancer pain in order to improve treatment results and future clinical/pre-clinical studies.
Nerve ultrasounds may be highly accurate in detecting chronic inflammatory neuropathies, as well as in predicting treatment response.
The purpose of this study was to investigate why patients treated with antiepileptic drugs experience cognitive impairment and difficulty with activities of daily living.
Combined treatment with exenatide and pioglitazone or basal-bolus insulin may improve corneal confocal microscopy measures in diabetic neuropathy.
Repeated transcranial direct current stimulation over 5 days was able to reduce pain intensity in patients with chronic neuropathic pain due to multiple sclerosis.
These results that there is a therapeutic window of THC concentrations for treatment of painful diabetic neuropathy.