Numbness and Hypersensitivity
Are you experiencing numbness or hypersensitivity in certain areas of your body? You may be feeling nothing at all or extremely sensitive to any touch. Certain medical issues may be causing your condition.
Olson Family Chiropractic offers chiropractic care, physical therapy, and therapeutic massage treatments for patients who are suffering from numbness and hypersensitivity.
To find out more about our treatment, contact us today.
Causes of Numbness
If you have numbness, you may experience numbness that goes away when moving a limb, numbness that correlates with movement of your neck or back, pain in adjacent joints, tingling or burning sensation in your hands or feet.
What causes numbness?
- Nerve compression: There may be direct pressure on a nerve.
- Diabetes: Although diabetes occurs in your feet, you may feel numbness in other areas.
- Spinal cord: You may be suffering from a pinched nerve or a herniated disk.
- Posture: Poor posture can lead to spinal problems, lower back problems, and poor blood circulation.
- Injuries: Injuries to the torso, spine, hips, legs, ankles, and feet can put pressure on nerves and cause the feet and legs to go numb.
- Sciatica: The sciatic nerve may be irritated or compressed.
Causes of Hypersensitivity
If you have hypersensitivity, you suffer from undesirable reactions produced by the immune system. The reactions may be damaging, uncomfortable, or occasionally fatal.
Symptoms of hypersensitivity frequently include bumping body or limbs into objects, difficulty with spatial awareness, recurring injury to same body part or side of the body, increased perception of pain and touch.
What causes hypersensitivity?
- Spinal misalignment
Spinal and brain misalignment may result in an imbalance in the nervous system that can exacerbate or produce asthmatic and allergic symptoms.
- Allergic reaction
The immune system reacts to foreign matter in the body.
- Stress and anxiety
Stress responses can stimulate the nervous system.
- High levels of stimuli
High levels of sensitivity to sound, sight, and touch can create strong responses.
- Inhaling substances
When inhaled, some substances can cause a dry cough, shortness of breath, chest tightness, fever, chills, and fatigue.
Chiropractic Treatment for Numbness and Hypersensitivity
We can address numbness and hypersensitivity of the immune system or respiratory system with targeted chiropractic treatment. We recommend a multidisciplinary approach that includes chiropractic care to treat these conditions.
If you display symptoms of numbness or hypersensitivity, you will undergo a thorough evaluation that outlines your medical history, previous or current illnesses and injuries, habits, and diet. Our chiropractic therapy treatments may bring about satisfying relief. We also suggested addressing your lifestyle and dietary that produce significant improvements in your condition.
Benefits of Chiropractic Treatment
You may be unaware that subtle manipulations in the spine, neck, and back can produce results that ease the pain or sensations you feel with numbness or hypersensitive. Some of the results you may experience include:
Chiropractic alignment can reduce seasonal allergic reactions and flare-ups in the body.
Chiropractic treatment plays a significant role in enhancing immune and respiratory performance.
Adjustments in the spine, lower back, and neck reduce the discomfort that often accompanies numbness and hypersensitivity.
Routine chiropractic visits will reduce or eliminate hypersensitivity in the skin, ears, eyes, and other others that are sensitive.
A slight misalignment of the vertebrae that may lead to numbness or hypersensitivity can be corrected using chiropractic alignment and manipulation.
Chiropractic Care in Lakeville, Minnesota
To learn more about how a chiropractic adjustment can help relieve your pain and suffering from numbness and hypersensitivity, contact Olson Family Chiropractic. We offer chiropractic treatment, physical therapy, and massage therapy to correct all types of join, muscle and spinal issues.
To schedule a consultation or treatment for your condition, call us at (952) 431-7400, or you can message us at firstname.lastname@example.org.