An established therapy option now treats common painful diabetes complication

(BPT) - Living with diabetes had always been manageable for Kent Apple by eating healthy and remaining active. However, he knew he needed to see his doctor when he started experiencing pain in his legs and feet.

“As a retired construction worker, I noticed the pain the last several years that I was working and thought it was from walking on concrete all day,” said Kent. “The pain felt like an electric shock in my feet and legs.”

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