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Treatment for Neuropathy or Neuromas

Treatment for Neuropathy or Neuromas

NEUROMAS
(MORTON'S NEUROMA)

Are you experiencing numbness or tingling into the toes? Do you feel a burning sensation on the ball of your foot or do you have the feeling that your sock is wrinkled? If so, you may have a neuroma.

A neuroma is an enlargement of the nerve that provides sensation to the toes. This enlargement can be due to poor foot structure, poorly fitting shoes, or trauma to the feet.

Treatment for neuromas typically includes padding, custom orthotic devices, oral anti-inflammatory medication, cortizone injections, or alcohol sclerosing therapy, which usually eliminates the need for surgery. If these conservative treatments do not relieve the symptoms, surgical excision may be performed.

If you think you have a neuroma, schedule an appointment today, to discuss and implement a comprehensive treatment plan.

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PERIPHERAL NEUROPATHY

Do your feet feel numb, do they tingle, are they burning? Are you experiencing shooting pains, a loss of balance or the feeling that your sock is rolled up under your toes? If so, you may have peripheral neuropathy.

There are over 100 known causes of peripheral neuropathy and you may be especially prone to developing this condition if you are a diabetic.

At our practice, we can perform a simple skin biopsy in which we will determine the concentration of small nerve fibers in your lower extremity. This allows us to diagnose and effectively treat your condition.

Treatment for peripheral neuropathy includes nutritional supplements, prescription medications, injection therapy, and in some cases surgical procedures, to release swollen and compressed nerves.

So, if you’re experiencing any of these symptoms or have been diagnosed with diabetes, it is essential that you make an appointment to see us as soon as possible.

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Meet Your Doctor

Shermi Parikh, DPM

Dr. Parikh is a board certified podiatric physician. She has been in practice for over a decade and treats all aspects of foot and ankle pain using physical therapy, orthotics devices, and minimally invasive surgical techniques. She is a friendly, compassionate physician who takes the time to answer any questions a patient may have. Dr. Parikh is also fluent in Spanish.

Location

241 Golf Mill Center #405,
Niles, Illinois 60714

Our hours

Tuesday 9:30 AM – 2:00 PM
Thursday 1:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Saturday  9:00 AM – 12:00 PM (noon)

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Phone: (847) 699-9400

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