Neuropathy is a condition in which the nerves in the brain do not heal normally, causing symptoms such as numbness, pain and swelling.
While it is not always fatal, the condition can make it difficult to walk, talk or use other basic activities.
This is particularly serious for people with lower back pain and the elderly, who have higher rates of chronic back pain.
A range of different treatments are available for neuropathy, and doctors are advised to use the best they can.
The most common types of neuropathy treatments are: Neuropathy drugs: A number of drugs have been developed to treat neuropathic pain.
These drugs work by blocking certain nerve growth factors, so that the nerves do not grow.
However, the drugs are usually expensive, can cause side effects and are not well tolerated.
The drugs are also less effective in reducing pain than they were in the past.
They can only be prescribed to people with symptoms that are persistent, but do not affect daily activities.
For people with severe symptoms, there are no drugs available to treat them.
These include the drugs used for the treatment of spinal muscular atrophy, and are now being tested as a treatment for the common cold.
These treatments are sometimes called non-pharmacological treatments, because they do not involve a pharmaceutical drug.
Treatment medications that are being tested are the neuroprotective agent thalidomide, which is made by Bayer, and the pain reliever loperamide, which has been used in patients with chronic pain for the past two decades.
The neuroprotector used in the treatment trials is called spironolactone.
Treatment medication that is currently being studied for neuropathic neuropathy is called rimonabant.
Drugs that are not being tested include: neuroprosthetics: These are usually implanted in the spine to treat symptoms of chronic pain and can be used in conjunction with certain neuroprototypes.
These medications are commonly used in people with spinal muscular and nerve palsy, and they can be useful in treating pain associated with the condition.
They have a low chance of being used to treat neurological conditions, and require a patient’s consent to be used.
They are often expensive and are more effective in the short term than neuroprosts, which require a shorter time.
The medication currently being researched for neuroprostemesis is called diazepam, which also works in conjunction and can reduce pain associated by the condition of chronic spinal muscular disease.
These are currently not approved for use for neurodegenerative diseases, but may be eventually approved.
They work by inhibiting nerve growth factor (NGF) production in the spinal cord, and this can reduce the pain caused by neuropathic nerve symptoms.
They may be used for people in the first three years of life, or for people who have already had neuropathic symptoms.
Neuroprosthetic drugs may also be used to reduce the effects of chemotherapy.
Neuroprotective agents that are approved for neuroprotection include: a drug called mirtazapine, also known as metronidazole, used to help control pain in patients who have spinal muscular dystrophy.
This drug is currently used to control the pain associated to spinal muscular palsy.
It is also used to relieve symptoms associated with cancer pain.
Other drugs that can be taken to reduce symptoms of neuropathic conditions include: corticosteroids, also used for pain in cancer patients.
These can reduce nausea and vomiting, as well as pain.
In the past, doctors have used these drugs to treat people with cancer, but they have recently been withdrawn from use.
There is currently no treatment for neurogenic pain, which occurs when nerve growth is blocked.
This condition can also affect the ability to walk or move around the body.
These pain relievers are often very expensive and have a long treatment time.
These also do not work as well for people whose pain is caused by the common or severe form of chronic sciatica.
Other neuroprotoxins, which are used to slow down nerve growth and restore normal nerve growth in the body, include corticotropin-releasing factor (CRF), which is used to block the growth of tumours in the skin.
These have a short-term treatment window, but can be extremely expensive.
This medication can be prescribed for patients with neuropathic sciatic pain.
Neuropathic pain medication is also available to help reduce the symptoms associated by chronic low back pain, called back pain syndrome.
These symptoms can include: pain, stiffness, tingling, numbness and tinginess.
It can be treated with different kinds of medications, and sometimes different dosages are needed to achieve the same effect.
These types of drugs include: prednisone: This is a drug used to prevent nerve growth on tumours and to treat the symptoms of spinal nerve palsies.
It has a long-term use window, and is usually prescribed for people over the age of 65.
It also can be effective for people suffering from