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Numbness & Tingling

Many times described as a “pins and needles” sensation, numbness and tingling are usually transient paresthesia. Prolonged or perpetual numbness and tingling can signify severe nerve damage within the peripheral nervous system.

Many people experiencing numbness and tingling also experience weakness in the affected area, commonly the legs, feet, hands, and arms. The loss of feeling in the legs and feet with the accompanying weakness can result in a loss of balance and frequent falling.

What Can Cause Numbness & Tingling?

When numbness and tingling occur, it can be caused by many factors, such as sitting or standing in a certain position for an extended period. This can put pressure on nerves and blood vessels, resulting in the temporary loss of feeling. When it comes to perpetual numbness and tingling, the cause is can be much more complicated. Typically neurological conditions or nerve damage are the underlying causes of these symptoms.

Peripheral neuropathy is a nerve damage condition associated with numbness and tingling sensations. Diabetes, vitamin B12 deficiency, alcoholic liver damage, some medications for hypertension, heart disease, cancer, HIV or AIDS, alcoholism, and antibiotics can all lead to peripheral neuropathy.

How Can We Help with Numbness & Tingling?

We understand how restricting these symptoms can be on daily tasks. We also know that nerve-related problems are often difficult to diagnose. We offer our patients many treatment options to help them find relief and get back to living a normal life.

If you have been dealing with perpetual numbness and tingling, the expert team at Prestige Medical Group can help. 

Contact us today to schedule a consultation and get started on your journey to a life without pain.

Call our office (941) 362-4000 to get started.

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