Tuesday, January 7, 2014


Tingling sensations in the feet, hands, or arms are uncomfortable and can also be a sign of another type of medical condition. They are most common in the hands and feet, though can be felt just about anywhere in the body.
Tingling is often combined with feelings of numbness or radiating pain, though not always. Tingling is described as feeling like pins and needles, and caused by anything from infection and diabetes, to a pinched nerve or a traumatic injury. Even a nutritional deficiency can be the culprit for experiencing tingling.
To treat tingling, Bezak Chiropractic and Rehabilitation recommends the following treatment options based on the cause of the tingling:
  • Therapeutic massage
  • Medications
  • Yoga
  • Stretching
  • Exercise therapy
  • Physical therapy
  • Physiotherapy
  • Adjustments and manipulations
  • Steroid injections
  • Surgery, depending on the cause
Dr. Brian Bezak uses various procedures, ranging from injections to adjustments, in order to remove nerve irritation that is causing tingling. If you have tingling and want to start on your treatments, call us at 301-220-0496 to schedule an appointment in our Greenway Medical Center location.

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