Nerve microsurgery can provide relief from sensations of tingling, burning, sharp pains, or numbness as a result of nerve injuries from trauma, diabetes, chemotherapy, arthritis, foot drop, and failed surgery. The procedure is performed under a microscope and can involve
Professional wound care is important for diabetes patients in Jacksonville because minor cuts, scrapes, or blisters can easily become chronic wounds that are prone to dangerous infection. This can mean pain, severely impaired mobility, and even amputation in extreme cases.
Dr. Ryan Pereira treats patients from Jacksonville and across Northeast Florida, and he says these signs of diabetes should always be taken seriously. Although around 23 million Americans likely suffer from the disease, 1 in 4 are yet to be
Diabetes affects millions of Americans each year. According to Centers for Disease Control (CDC) statistics from 2015, 30.3 million Americans suffered from diabetes. Another 84.1 million were considered prediabetic. That was over 35% of the population, and the number is
Burning, tingling, or numbness in the feet and toes may be diabetic peripheral neuropathy, an early warning sign of diabetes. Ignoring these symptoms for too long could lead to permanent numbness, deformities, and dry skin that cracks and won’t heal.