New guidelines from Michigan Medicine researchers and the American Diabetes Association equip physicians with better information on how to treat Diabetic Neuropathy.
New discovery could lead to effective repair therapies for those suffering peripheral nerve damage and offers hope to millions of people with diabetes.
Researchers have found a sensor for the reactive molecules linked to diabetic complications using worms, which may provide new therapies for serious diabetes health problems like neuropathy.
According to Mayo Clinic researchers, the HbA1c level targeted by physicians may not actually lower the risk of kidney, vision and neuropathy complications for diabetics, contrary to longstanding belief.
New findings about the development of diabetic retinopathy represents a shift in the long-term understanding of these diabetes complications.
Wayne State study provides new understanding of diabetic peripheral neuropathy and wound healing in the treatment of corneal and skin diabetic ulcers.
A recent study shows that interventional radiologists can use an innovative technique to relieve the pain that plagues millions of amputees, many of which are people with diabetes.
New findings suggest a key contributor to the problem of painful diabetic peripheral neuropathy, which occurs in about one-half of all patients with diabetes.
Scientists have identified a key mechanism in neuropathic pain. This discovery could benefit millions of people with chronic pain from trauma, diabetes, shingles, multiple sclerosis or other conditions that cause nerve damage.