Treatment for Numbness in Hands and Fingers
The treatment for tingling and numbness in the hands and fingers will depend on its cause, so it is important to seek the attention of a medical professional. If the cause is indeed found to be a bulging disc, the best course of treatment is via the A.S. Remodeling Protocol®, which is exclusive to The Head and Neck Centers of Excellence. It offers a non-surgical, drug-free, ultra-gentle approach to curing ‘chronic’ head and neck pain, as well as tingling and numbness in the hands, fingers, and arms. It is so effective, that The Head and Neck Centers of Excellence are now officially recognized as the leading authority in the non-surgical treatment of these painful conditions.
Causes and Symptoms of Numbness and Tingling in Hands
There are many different conditions that may present with symptoms of numbness in the hands, fingers, and arms – some of which are more severe than others. They include the following:
- Sitting or standing in the same position for extended periods of time
- Injuring a nerve
- Pressure on the spinal nerves as a result of a herniated or bulging disc
- Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
If you have pain and tingling in the hands and it happens regularly, the most likely cause is a bulging disc in the spine or neck. This is also one of the most likely reasons for tingling fingers. The good news is that a bulging disc can be easily treated at The Head and Neck Centers of Excellence. It can be treated drug and surgery-free!