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Understanding and Managing Neuropathic Pain

Neuropathic pain is a complex and often debilitating condition caused by damage or dysfunction in the nervous system.

What is Neuropathic Pain?

Neuropathic pain arises from nerve damage, leading to chronic pain that can significantly impact a person’s quality of life. Unlike other types of pain, it results from abnormal nerve activity and can persist even after the initial injury has healed.

Symptoms of Neuropathic Pain

Common symptoms of neuropathic pain include:

  • Burning or shooting pain
  • Tingling and numbness
  • Allodynia (pain from normally non-painful stimuli)
  • Hyperalgesia (increased sensitivity to pain)

Laser Therapy

How It Works

Laser therapy uses high-energy light to penetrate deep into tissues, reducing inflammation and easing pain. The therapy stimulates cellular repair and improves blood flow to the affected areas.


  • Reduces Inflammation: Helps decrease swelling and pain.
  • Promotes Healing: Accelerates tissue repair and regeneration.
Joint Mobilization

How It Works

Joint mobilization involves gentle manual techniques to improve the range of motion in affected joints. This therapy targets stiff or painful joints to restore normal movement and function.


  • Improves Mobility: Enhances joint flexibility and function.
  • Reduces Pain: Alleviates discomfort associated with joint stiffness.
Therapeutic Exercise

How It Works

After a thorough assessment, specific exercises are prescribed to stretch and strengthen muscles and tissues around the affected areas. These exercises help restore function and reduce pain.


  • Strengthens Muscles: Improves muscle support and stability.
  • Enhances Flexibility: Increases range of motion and reduces stiffness.
Functional Movement Sessions

How It Works

A detailed musculoskeletal evaluation identifies the root causes of pain. Functional movement sessions focus on correcting movement patterns and addressing underlying issues contributing to pain.


  • Identifies Root Causes: Pinpoints and addresses underlying problems.
  • Improves Function: Enhances overall movement patterns and reduces pain.

Managing neuropathic pain involves a comprehensive approach that includes advanced therapies like laser therapy, joint mobilization, therapeutic exercises, and functional movement sessions. These non-invasive treatments can significantly improve quality of life by reducing pain and enhancing mobility.

If you suffer from neuropathic pain, consult with our doctor here at New Hampshire Regenerative Center to explore these effective treatment options. Call our team today at (603) 945-1945 to schedule an appointment!

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