What Causes Tingling in the hands

Tingling in the hands is an unpleasant feeling similar to pins and needles and sometimes numbness that occurs on rare occasions, such as when your hands fall asleep due to positioning of the arms, or it can occur on a frequent basis and possibly be a sign of a more serious health condition. Pain Stop Clinics provides diagnosis and treatments to help identify the cause and treat the symptoms of tingling hands.

If you are frequently experiencing tingling in the hands, it is wise to undergo an evaluation to determine the cause. Ignoring the signs of frequent tingling can cause further problems, depending on the cause, so diagnosis is important. Pain Stop Clinics provides a complete evaluation, including a physical exam, review of medical history, and diagnostic testing as needed. The experts at Pain Stop Clinics will determine what is causing the tingling and address that cause as well as the symptoms it creates.

Typical Causes of Tingling in the Hands

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

The carpal tunnel is a narrow passageway surrounded by bones and ligaments on the palm side of your hand. If the median nerve running through the passageway is compressed it can cause numbness, tingling, and weakness in the hand and arm. This can be caused by the anatomy of your wrist, health problems, and possibly repetitive hand motions leading to inflammation. The good news, if carpal tunnel syndrome is caught in the early stage, Pain Stop Clinics can provide treatment that relieves the tingling and numbness and restores wrist and hand function.

Arthritis

One of the symptoms of arthritis in the hands is tingling and pain. The tingling and pain are caused by compression of the nerves from inflammation. While there is no cure for arthritis, there are treatments that can reduce inflammation and help you to control the pain. The experts at Pain Stop Clinics are experienced at dealing with arthritis and helping patients to find relief from pain and the other symptoms, such as tingling in the hands.

Pinched Nerve

If a nerve is being compressed in the spine, it can cause tingling in the hands or feet. A slipped or bulging disk in the neck can apply pressure to the nerves that run down your arm, causing tingling in the hands. The chiropractors at Pain Stop Clinics can provide treatments that will repair the slipped or bulging disk and resolve the tingling in the hands.

Medical Conditions

There are several medical conditions that can cause tingling in the hands. Diabetes, reactions to prescription medications, vitamin deficiency, infections, autoimmune diseases, thyroid issues, and even pregnancy can all cause tingling in the hands. The experts at Pain Stop Clinics are experienced with providing treatments for symptoms from all these medical conditions. With a variety of treatment options, the symptoms of these conditions can be minimized, and relief can be obtained.

 

 

Treatments for Tingling in the Hands

 

If you are experiencing tingling in your hands, it is crucial to seek medical help to determine the cause of the symptoms. Call Pain Stop Clinics today for a complete evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment. The medical experts at Pain Stop will provide an individualized treatment plan that will address the symptoms and the underlying condition, providing you lasting relief from tingling in your hands.

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