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The Peripheral Nerve Center at UC San Diego Neurological Institute is a national leader in the diagnosis and treatment of diseases and injuries of the peripheral nerves. Peripheral nerve disorders can cause pain and paralysis. Learn more about peripheral nerves.
UC San Diego Health System can help. Call 858-246-0674 to make an appointment.
Athlete Brian Levett gained back full use of his foot and leg after a surgery that removed scar tissue surrounding his damaged nerve. En Español.
Nerve compression injuries can be painful. Nerve compression conditions include carpal tunnel, tarsal tunnel, cubital tunnel, occipital neuralgia and meralgia paresthetica.
Injuries to sensory nerves caused by trauma or surgeries can cause painful neuromas.
Nerve injuries can result in paralysis. Physicians at the Paralysis Center at UC San Diego Health System are dedicated to improving function and mobility in individuals living with paralysis, and advancing therapies to treat paralysis. See UC San Diego paralysis physicians featured on The Doctors.
Peripheral nerve tumors can grow from the substance of the nerve itself. These tumors are often benign but can be painful and at times disabling. UC San Diego Health System offers leading-edge treatments for peripheral nerve tumors.
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