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Paresthesia—the word may be unfamiliar, but the sensation of numbness and tingling, most commonly in the extremities, is something many have experienced. It is a classic symptom of pinched nerves. And although everyone has had a hand or a foot fall asleep after sitting or lying in an awkward position for too long, there are some people for whom these “pins and needles” are disrupting their lives on a regular basis. Irvine chiropractor Dr. Lee can successfully provide lasting relief for the underlying causes of numbness, tingling and pain.
The most common reasons for pinched nerves that manifest with pain combined with numbness and tingling include:
All of these underlying causes of pinched nerves respond very well to chiropractic care. Also, the location of a patient’s numbness and tingling sensations usually indicates where nerves are being pinched; an x-ray will confirm the location so our chiropractor can provide precise chiropractic treatment to correct the problem. For example:
In fact, pinched nerves respond extremely well to treatment with chiropractor Dr. Lee. If you are in Irvine and are experiencing any of these problems, schedule an appointment for relief today: (949) 552-2100.