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View Poll Results: which of the following is recommended as a non-pharmacologic treatment for neuropathy
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Old September 2nd, 2002, 20:46
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which of the following is recommended as a non-pharmacologic treatment for neuropathy

non-pharmacologic treatments are important, since medications are frequently not very effective in peripheral neuropathy.
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