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Numbness and Tingling in Limbs Treatment in Cobourg

office worker numbing limbA healthy body should always feel good, including at night. You should never ignore numbness and tingling, especially if you notice it regularly.

Radicular symptoms, also known as a pinched nerve, indicate a problem with nerve functioning. They are often the first warning signal your body sends that something is wrong. If unaddressed, the issue could lead to loss of movement, lack of function, and pain down the road.

At Herron Family Chiropractic, we want to help you thrive in every way. Dr. Peter and Dr. Amy work to the root of numbness, tingling, and burning sensations. Our goal is to catch nerve problems as early as possible so you don’t develop bigger health problems later on. We take a proactive stance toward health because we would rather help you maintain good health than have to recover from an illness or condition later.

The First Signs of a Pinched Nerve

Many patients don’t think loss of feeling or strange sensations in the arms and legs are a big deal. If you’re having regular flare-ups at night, there’s more going on than sleeping in the wrong position. Your brain is trying to send a signal that something is wrong.

Whether you’re having strange sensations in your hands, arms, feet, legs, or elsewhere in the body, a nerve somewhere is pinched. For some patients, this may happen alongside headaches or migraines. Different nerve plexuses branch out from the neck and spine, extending down into the arms and legs. Proper nerve functioning is crucial for us to walk, move, grip objects, and function properly.

Catching Nerve Problems Early

Once a nerve is pinched or injured, it begins acting strangely to tell you there’s an issue that needs to be corrected. Otherwise, you could end up with a greater loss of function, like struggling to hold a coffee cup or not being able to walk more than five minutes without taking a break because you can’t feel your feet.

We need to get the nerves and blood flow into working order. Proper connection between the brain, spinal cord, and nervous system keeps your body in maximum condition so everything feels and moves like it should.

Restoring Structure and Rotation

Whatever your particular symptoms feel like, they’re caused by a lack of proper alignment in the spine, possibly resulting from a previous injury.

Here at Herron Family Chiropractic, we focus on restoring structure and rotation to the spine. We address the irritation or blockage that prevents the intervertebral foramina (IVF), or the nerves coming out of the spine, from functioning properly.

Get Back to Strength and Activity

Through the process of adjustments, we open tight areas of the spine and bring the structure back to where it should be. Once the nerves have an uninterrupted connection, everything can function smoothly again.

Our goal is to bring strength and mobility back into affected areas. Along with adjustments, we’ll also talk with you about proper sleep habits and show you exercises and stretches targeted to your condition.

Book Your First Visit Now

Catch major health problems before they start by bringing your body into alignment. If you’re experiencing any numbness, tingling, or burning sensations, it’s time to book an appointment now.


Numbness and Tingling in Limbs Treatment Cobourg, Port Hope ON | (905) 377-0555