Peripheral Neuropathy

Peripheral neuropathy is weakness, numbness or pain in the feet, sometimes resulting from diabetes. Symptoms include pain, tingling sensations, numbness and weakness. Treatments include antidepressants like amitriptyline, pain medications like oxycodone, anti-seizure medications, and pain-relieving creams. Treatment of the underlying cause is also required.

Providers Treating: Peripheral Neuropathy

Janet Albers, MD

  • Family Medicine
  • Primary Care
  • Telemedicine

Tracy Aldridge, MD

  • Family Medicine
  • Primary Care
  • Telemedicine

Airn Etherton, FNP-BC

  • Family Medicine
  • Primary Care
  • Telemedicine

James Gilchrist, MD

  • Neurology
  • Neuromuscular Medicine

Rebecca Green, APRN-BC

  • Family Medicine
  • Primary Care
  • Telemedicine

Dae Hyoun (David) Jeong, MD

  • Family Medicine
  • Primary Care
  • Geriatrics
  • Sports Medicine
  • Telemedicine

Curtis Johnston, DO

  • Family Medicine
  • Telemedicine

Amanda Krus-Johnston, DO

  • Family Medicine
  • Telemedicine

Lauri Lopp, MD

  • Family Medicine
  • Primary Care
  • Telemedicine

Corry Meyers, DAOM

  • Pain Medicine
  • Integrative Medicine

Peter Miller, MD

  • Family Medicine
  • Primary Care
  • Telemedicine

Sajjad Mueed, MD

  • Neurology
  • Sleep Medicine

Zachary Sims, PA-C

  • Family Medicine
  • Primary Care
  • Pharmacotherapy
  • Telemedicine

Cynthia Thomas, MD

  • Family Medicine
  • Primary Care
  • Telemedicine

Waiz Wasey, MD

  • Family Medicine
  • Sleep Medicine
  • Telemedicine