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Louisville Orthopaedic Clinic
4130 Dutchmans Lane
Louisville, KY 40207
Northgate Medical Center
3605 Northgate Court
New Albany, IN 47150
Specialized Treatment for Neuropathic Pain in Louisville, KY
Neuropathic pain treatment is among our specialties at The Center for Orthopaedic Spine and Pain, a part of Louisville Orthopaedic Clinic in Louisville, Kentucky. We take an individualized approach to pain management to address each patient’s specific symptoms and lifestyle needs, helping them achieve an enhanced quality of life with less discomfort. If you’re ready to overcome your pain and start enjoying more of the activities you love, give us a call today.
Neuropathic pain is often caused by malfunctioning or damaged nerves in one or more areas of the body, although its source isn’t always easily diagnosed. It can sometimes be accompanied by stabbing, tingling, shooting, or burning sensations and may travel throughout the arms and legs. Some cases of nerve pain can be addressed through medicines and physical therapy, but others may require surgery to relieve compression or deaden the affected nerve root.
The Center for Orthopaedic Spine and Pain at Louisville Orthopaedic Clinic in Louisville, KY, is led by Dr. Aaron Compton, a pain management expert who begins by carefully listening to our patients needs and how their pain affects their everyday life. From there, he will collaborate with other professionals to diagnose the source of each patient’s neuropathic pain and create a tailored treatment plan to address their discomfort. While not all conditions can be cured, many can be effectively managed through advanced techniques like minimally invasive procedures.
Contact The Center for Orthopaedic Spine and Pain at Louisville Orthopaedic Clinic today to learn how we can help you overcome your neuropathic pain and get back to enjoying life. We are proud to serve residents of Louisville, KY, and surrounding communities.
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