Aaron Izenberg, MD, FRCSC,

Neurologist, Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre, Assistant Professor, University of Toronto, Toronto, ON.


Neuropathy is a very common complication of diabetes with sensorimotor neuropathy being the most common subtype of diabetic neuropathy
Other types of diabetic neuropathies include autonomic, treatment-induced, diabetic lumbosacral radiculoplexus, and mononeuropathies
Diagnostic testing for sensorimotor neuropathy includes bedside testing (e.g., Monofilament) and electrodiagnostic methods
Treatment of sensorimotor diabetic neuropathy includes achieving good glycemic control and appropriate use of pain medications
To have access to full article that these tools were developed for, please subscribe. The cost to subscribe is $80 USD per year and you will gain full access to all the premium content on www.healthplexus.net, an educational portal, that hosts 1000s of clinical reviews, case studies, educational visual aids and more as well as within the mobile app.
Disclaimer at the end of each page