Diabetic Nerve Pain Research Study
Diabetic peripheral nerve pain, also known as diabetic neuropathy, is a condition where people with diabetes feel burning or shooting pain in their feet, legs, hands, and arms. It happens when high blood sugar levels damage the nerves that send signals from your brain to your muscles and organs. This can make it hard to walk and do everyday activities. It can also cause numbness, tingling, and weakness in your limbs. If you have diabetic peripheral nerve pain, it’s important to take your medications, control your blood sugar, and make lifestyle changes like eating a healthy diet and being physically active. There are also medications that can help alleviate the pain. If you’re experiencing symptoms of diabetic nerve pain, it’s important to talk to your doctor to determine the best course of treatment.
Centricity Research is currently enrolling participants in a diabetic peripheral nerve pain study in our Columbus, GA location. Compensation may be available for time and travel for qualified participants.
You can learn more about this study by visiting clinicaltrials.gov and entering the protocol number 901-C-2102.
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