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Nerve Pain/Neuropathy in Columbus Ohio

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Some individuals may suffer from prolonged pain that persists for months or years after an injury or pain may be an experience without any obvious injury. Nerve pain, also known as neuropathic pain, is a condition that affects the nerves of the body, and it isn't necessarily caused by any one event or injury. It can be the result of overactive or damaged nerves, which be caused by an injury or previous surgery. Nerve damage that does not heal properly also results in long-term pain and other symptoms, like:

  • Numbness
  • Shooting or burning pain
  • Sudden pain that occurs without a trigger
  • Experiencing pain with the slightest touch
  • Abnormal sensitivity to cold temperatures
  • Sensations of pins and needles
  • Difficulty sleeping or performing daily activities due to chronic pain

Thanks to modern medicine, there are several treatment options to help ease your pain. Reach out to our offices in Central Ohio to learn more.

Examples include:

  • Carpal Tunnel
  • Radial Nerve Palsy
  • Intercostal Neuralgia
  • Ilioinguinal Neuropathy
  • Pudendal Neuralgia
  • Meralgia Paresthetica
  • Peroneal Nerve Palsy

Before any treatment, a comprehensive medical exam will be conducted to confirm your diagnosis and the underlying cause of your pain. This diagnostic process will usually involve x-rays, an MRI, and a full review of your medical history. From there, a member of our team will discuss your test results and create a custom treatment plan that suits your needs.

Nerve pain is usually eased with nerve blocks, steroid injections, and prescription medication. Other therapies, like physical or massage therapy, acupuncture, and electrical stimulation, may also be considered, depending on your level of discomfort and overall health.

Reach out to Pain Zero in Central Ohio to meet with one of our pain care expert physicians today. Our team can help decrease your pain so you can get back to doing the things you love.

This is my first visit it went pretty good I felt relaxed with them and it seemed like he truly really wanted to help me to get my pain in order and I'm looking forward to my next visit till I see I can see where we go next on handling my pain shook my hand very polite very good doctor

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Dr Harris is a breath of fresh air in every aspect of a doctor patient relationship. He is profoundly attentive to the needs of his patients and has the ability to communicate effectively with them and to put together a plan that will be in their best interest. I can highly recommend him to anyone that is suffering with unbearable pain. He has been a great help to me in treating my unbearable pain.

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I was very happy with the doctor and his decisions to help me with the pain problems I have been dealing with!

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He is a really good doctor, he is checking all possible things in my back so he knows how to treat me

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My first experience put my back at ease.

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If you're experiencing pain at the base of your skull, back of your head, on your face, or any other areas of your body without any signs of an injury, it may be time to see a medical professional about your pain. Our caring team has accurately diagnosed and treated countless patients with nerve pain and other chronic pain disorders.

Contact Pain Zero to schedule a private consultation to get a proper diagnosis and customized treatment plan for your condition. Pain Zero offers multiple locations throughout the surrounding area of Central Ohio and look forward to providing you with the outstanding care you need.

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Why are over-the-counter medications ineffective for nerve pain?
Since the root cause of your pain cannot be addressed with over-the-counter medications, it is important to seek a medical professional for an accurate diagnosis and detailed plan to ensure lasting relief. Our professionals at Pain Zero can help you find the most effective treatment for your condition.
How long does nerve pain last?
The answer depends on your individual case. Nerve pain can last for a few days or months, depending on the underlying cause. Whether you’re experiencing nerve pain after an injury or due to unknown causes, make sure to seek medical attention for treatment.
How effective are nerve block injections?
Nerve blocks have been found to be effective in treating various types of chronic pain, including nerve pain. Our patients in Central Ohio report feeling a significant reduction in pain and an overall improvement in their quality of life. Make sure to talk to one of our physicians to learn about the details of this option.
*Individual results are not guaranteed and may vary from person to person. Images may contain models.