According to the CDC, 29.4 percent of Americans live with diabetes or pre-diabetes. Also, 64% of diabetics experience some form of pain associated with the disease, usually in the feet, toes, hands, and fingers. That’s more than 65 million people. Patients who live with diabetes can experience many complications and long-term damage from the disease, including diabetic neuropathy. Diabetes has been linked to coronary heart disease, contributes to high blood pressure, increased cholesterol levels, increased risk of stroke, and diabetic retinopathy. The pain associated with diabetes can be debilitating.