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Numbness and Tingling

Numbness and tingling

Do you have numbness or tingling in your arms and hands, or in your legs and feet? Does it interfere with your daily life? Are you hesitant to have your morning coffee because you’re not sure if you are going to drop that coffee mug again? We understand and can help.

Everything in your body is controlled by your nervous system. Nerve signals begin in the brain and travel down through your spinal cord and out through nerves that exit the spine to every tissue and organ of your body. The bones in your spine, which are designed to protect those delicate nerves, can become misaligned and put pressure on those nerves. This can cause problems where those nerves go, including numbness or tingling in the arms and hands or legs and feet.

If you are suffering from numbness or tingling in your limbs, chiropractic is a safe and effective way to help it without drugs or surgery. Dr. David Iszler is skilled at helping people with this condition.

When you meet with Dr. Iszler, he will sit down with you for your consultation and go over your condition and what may have happened to contribute to it. He will do a chiropractic examination as well to evaluate the function of your spine. Any necessary x-rays are taken in our office. It takes time to thoroughly analyze the examination findings and x-rays, so you will be scheduled for a follow-up appointment where Dr. Iszler will go over your x-rays in detail, so you understand what is causing your numbness or tingling. He will then go over his recommendations to correct the underlying problem, rather than just bandaging the symptoms.

The most important thing to correct your spinal misalignments is the chiropractic adjustment. Dr. Iszler is Advanced Proficiency Certified in TRT, the latest method in chiropractic, which is one of the most scientifically researched chiropractic techniques in the world. With this technique, he will adjust your spinal misalignments without twisting or cracking your spine by using the Integrator, which is the only FDA approved chiropractic adjusting instrument.

Other treatment options to help you with your healing journey may include deep tissue therapeutic laser to decrease pain and inflammation, and accelerate the healing process of your tissues, or spinal decompression to relieve pressure on the nerves coming from your spine. He will also provide postural rehabilitation, if needed, to strengthen the structures that support your spine, thereby addressing the underlying causes of your condition. This optimizes your progress and makes the corrective changes more permanent.

If you are sick and tired of dealing with your numbness and tingling give us a call or schedule online through our website. We are here to help you feel better, heal better, and live better.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can chiropractic help with my numbness and tingling?
Yes. Numbness and tingling in the arms and hands, or legs and feet often comes from nerve irritation caused by spinal misalignments, called subluxations. Chiropractic specifically addresses this nerve irritation by correcting subluxations.
Do the chiropractic adjustments hurt?
No. Dr. Iszler is Advanced Proficiency Certified in TRT, the latest chiropractic method. He uses the Integrator, which is the only FDA approved chiropractic instrument. With this instrument, he provides gentle and specific adjustments to the spine without twisting and cracking.
I’ve heard that spinal decompression can help with my numbness and tingling. Is this true?
Absolutely. Dr. Iszler often combines our gentle spinal decompression with the gentle adjustments to relieve pressure on the nerves exiting your spine.
How can laser treatments help with my numbness and tingling?
Deep tissue therapeutic laser treatments can help decrease inflammation as well as speeding up the healing process in the affected tissues.
How can I make the results of my care long-lasting rather than just providing temporary relief?
Dr. Iszler also provides postural rehabilitation to address the underlying causes of your condition, optimizing your results and making the correction more permanent.