Tingling, Numbness and Pain?

You are not alone. Tingling, numbness and pain is often due to abnormal impulse generating sites in the nerve which happens as a result to long term inflammatory changes to the nerve itself. Imagine a rubber band left out in the cold for a some time, it will lose its elasticity and thus affecting its ability to be flexible with changing body positions.

Parasthesia is an abnormal sensory impairment. It is often characterized by pain, burning, tingling, numbness, prickling, pins, needles, electric shock like feeling, etc with or without a mechanism of injury.

Advanced neuro-mobilization techniques, spinal mobilization techniques and neuro-stim performed by a specialty trained physical therapist may be able to help restore the normal mobility of a nerve, lessen or get rid of the abnormal sensations.

Rehab Specialists is a physical therapy specialty clinic who treats complex spinal disorders and nerve symptoms like numbness and tingling. An in depth knowledge and training of the peripheral nervous system is needed to diagnose and manage tingling and numbness. If left untreated these symptoms may be permanent.

Instead of just treating the symptoms, we treat the root cause and improve quality of your life.

The RS physical therapists will implement evidence-based practice to assess, measure, treat the patient's baseline and subsequent functional levels of impairments which results from spinal surgery, nerve injuries, radicular symptoms from back or neck , peripheral neuropathy and  diabetic neuropathy.

Ask your neurologist/family physician if you have any of the following signs or symptoms that may be addressed with physical therapy:

  • Pain and burning sensations
  • Weakness
  • Numbness, tingling
  • Hypersensitivities
  • Difficulty walking
  • Poor balance
  • Difficulty feeling the joint movements
  • Balance issues with everyday activities
  • Problems moving in bed

Rehab Specialists will implement a custom evidence based protocol to treat your symptoms while closely updating your physician. Call us at 269-459-6212 to find out if you qualify for a free consult.