by Marc Katz, DPM - 2006-12-09
Cryosurgery, also known as Cryotherapy or Neuroablation, is a minimally invasive FDA approved procedure done in the office for pain relief and nerve problems of the foot. Dr. Katz notes that treatment...
by Jhon Scatelli - 2007-01-24
Neuropathy is a painful condition caused by damaged nerves. It can cause a host of problems including dizziness, weakness, numbness to the extremities, and painful sensations like tingling and burn...
by Marc A Katz, DPM - 2007-02-02
Do you have painful neuropathy or know someone who suffers from this condition? If so, you know how debilitating it can be. The good news is that there is now an effective approach called cryosurger...
by Christine Dobrowolski, DPM - 2007-03-16
Neuropathy (ner - AH - puh - thee) is an abnormality of the nervous system. Diabetic neuropathy is nerve damage caused by diabetes. Peripheral refers to the edge of something, as opposed to it's cente...
by Bob Held - 2007-04-11
One diabetic side effect is neuropathy. This is a condition where the nerves of the body are damaged. It is called "Diabetic Peripheral (referring to the outer part of the body) Neuropathy". This type...
by Adrian Whittle - 2007-04-17
Diabetic neuropathy is the condition caused by damaged nerves. The nerves are damaged because the circulation of blood that keeps the nerves functioning normally is disrupted by diabetes. High blood s...
by Aron wallad - 2007-04-23
Evidence from particular studies such as the Nurses Strength Study Vitality Professional and Follow-Up Study has linked dietary carbohydrate intake (measured as glycemic load) containing risk of ty...
by Marc Katz - 2007-07-20
Cryosurgery - Freeze Your Foot & Ankle Pain AwayAdvances in Cryoanalgesia for Foot and Ankle Pain ReliefFoot and ankle pain has become an epidemic in our society. Diabetes, arthritis, weight gain...
by Robert Baird - 2007-12-12
One of the biggest concerns for patients with Type 1 diabetes has always been long-term microvascular complications-blindness caused by retinopathy, renal failure caused by nephropathy, and nerve dama...
by peterhutch - 2008-06-27
The areas of the body most commonly affected by diabetic peripheral neuropathy are the feet and legs. Nerve damage in the feet can result in a loss of foot sensation, increasing your risk of foot pro...