Most Common Types of Neuropathic Pain


Neuropathic pain, commonly referred to as nerve pain, is a form of chronic pain that results from damage to or dysfunction of the nervous system. It often manifests as burning, tingling, or shooting/stabbing pain. In some cases, nerve pain may present as numbness or loss of sensation.

How to Help Someone with Neuropathic Pain

How to help someone with neuropathic pain

Neuropathic pain is a debilitating chronic pain condition characterized by burning, shooting, or stabbing pain. It is caused by nerve damage resulting from injury, disease, or an infection that affects the nerves.