Numbness and Tingling

Do you suffer from numbness or tingling in your back or extremities? Numbness and tingling can be caused by a variety of factors and can range from a mild nuisance to a major disruption of your daily activities. The good news is that most cases of numbness or tingling are easily treatable through chiropractic therapy!

Causes of Numbness and tingling

Most cases of numbness and tingling occur in the hands, feet, arms or legs and can result from a number of causes.

  • Incorrect posture can result in the spine being contorted into a position that puts excess pressure on your nerves, which causes them to send extra signals to the brain, resulting in a numbing or tingling sensation.
  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome can cause numbness or tingling in the hands and wrists. The numbness can become so severe that it almost feels painful to some patients.
  • A Spinal Injury will inflame and pinch the nerves, and if there is also damage to the surrounding soft tissues, tendons and ligaments, numbness or tingling can be a common symptom. 
  • A Herniated Disc can cause numbness or tingling as the protruding disc presses up against spinal nerves. Numbness and tingling are common symptoms of a bulging disc, as well.

Other factors that can cause or contribute to numbness or tingling are smoking, infection, medication, B12 deficiency, and multiple sclerosis, just to name a few.

How we can treat your numbness and tingling

Since every case of numbness and tingling is different, we’ll examine your specific symptoms and find the root cause. If it’s treatable through chiropractic methods, we’ll set about the ideal treatments and care you need and get you on the road to recovery.

Dr. Dierdorff has been a certified, accredited Chiropractor for over 13 years and has gained extensive experience in treating a wide range of severe conditions, many of which include numbness or tingling as symptoms. Our patient support is second to none, and the care we provide is safe, effective, and backed by science.

We can treat your scoliosis. Let us give you the professional, effective treatment and care you need to say goodbye to numbness and tingling and get back to the life you deserve.

Get in touch today! Give us a call at (470) 397-1527 or click the button below to request your next appointment.

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