One of the most serious complications of diabetes, autonomic neuropathy can gradually cause nerve damage throughout the body. Injured autonomic nerves can affect your blood pressure, heart rate, perspiration patterns, bowel movements, bladder emptying and digestion. Detecting and monitoring impaired autonomic function in patients with diabetes is important. Dedicated to improving the quality of life of people with diabetes, HealthQuest, a healthcare center in Brooklyn, NY provides diabetic autonomic neuropathy treatment that helps to slow down the progress of the disease.
A form of peripheral neuropathy, the condition can cause dysfunction of every part of the body including the cardiovascular, gastrointestinal, genitourinary, pupillary, sudomotor, and neuroendocrine systems.
Based on the nerves affected, symptoms for this condition vary. Patients may experience urinary problems, dizziness and fainting, sweating abnormalities and difficulty digesting food. The incidence of this neuropathy may increase with the duration of disease.
Our skilled and experienced healthcare specialists aim at treating the underlying cause of nerve damage. Several tests may be performed to evaluate autonomic functions such as Ultrasound, X-rays, neurological tests and gastrointestinal tests. Based on the analysis, a treatment plan will be made. Treatment is based on what part of your body is mainly affected by nerve damage.
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We accept most major medical insurance plans including Medicare, No-Fault, and Workers’ Compensation. To learn more about the diabetic autonomic neuropathy treatment procedures we provide and to schedule an appointment, call 718-769-2521 today. Send your queries and comments to email@example.com.