An overview on diabetic neuropathy & Physiotherapeutic approach to Balance and mobility by Dr. Garima Gupta (PT)

The most common complication in diabetes is diabetic peripheral neuropathy (DPN). There are two generalized varieties of DPN: 1) typical DPN, 2) atypical DPN. Typical DPN is most common and is a chronic, symmetrical, length-dependent sensorimotor polyneuropathy (DSPN). It is strongly associated with hyperglycaemia and cardiovascular covariates. It causes pathologic alterations in nerves, and affects nerve conduction. 

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