Chiropractic Care For Numbness and Tingling In Surprise, AZ
If you have numbness and tingling, you may wonder if chiropractic care for numbness can help you. After all, numbness and tingling seem to be related to nerve function and chiropractors align the spine and relieve pressure on nerves as part of their jobs. The good news is that chiropractic adjustments for tingling and numbness can help many people alleviate their symptoms. However, to better understand if it can help you, it is important to understand the cause of the numbness.
Numbness and tingling are your body’s ways of signaling that something is happening with your nerves. It may be a sign of localized nerve damage or of compression of a nerve in another part of your body. The four main terms you will hear when discussing numbness are:
- Peripheral Neuropathy
Neuropathy and peripheral neuropathy are actually the same things. It is a condition that refers to damage to the peripheral nerves. This damage can be caused by several other conditions, such as diabetes. People with peripheral neuropathy may experience numbness, prickling, tingling, or burning.
Paresthesia refers to the pins and needles feeling people experience. If you have ever had a limb fall asleep, then you know what paresthesia feels like. Dysesthesia refers to itching, pain, burning, shocking, or tightening feelings in the nerves. Neuropathy usually presents like paresthesia but can sometimes present as dysesthesia.
At Spring Back Chiropractic in Surprise, AZ, we can help diagnose and treat numbness and tingling. If your symptoms are caused by pressure on your nerves, we can perform chiropractic adjustments for the numbness that can reduce or even eliminate your symptoms. Even if the symptoms are caused by another condition, we may be able to help you achieve symptom relief. In fact, many people choose as us their chiropractor foot numbness to help alleviate the foot discomfort that is secondary to diabetes in many people.
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