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What happens with pinal manipulation under anesthesia?

What happens with pinal manipulation under anesthesia?

See below: The use of spinal manipulation under anesthesia is done by chiropractors. Once you are completely relaxed under anesthesia the chiropracter will flex and press on your spine. Iit has not been verified as effective by independent studies. I would check the MRI or ct used to make this decision with an md before proceeding. ...Read more

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Have no pain in hand (left only) but numb ring & middle finger. Pins & ned at night.Only at the tips of fingers. Is there any off the shelf medication?

Have no pain in hand (left only) but numb ring & middle finger. Pins & ned
at night.Only at the tips of fingers.
Is there any off the shelf medication?

Likely carpal tunnel: Night time numbness and tingling is common of carpal tunnel. Nonsteroidal antiinflammatories are appropriate if tolerated, and a night-time wrist splint can also relieve symptoms. If they persist, best to be evaluated by an orthopaedic or hand specialist. ...Read more

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Pain and numbness in fingers. Pins and needles all over arms and hands. Signs of lime disease?

Pain and numbness in fingers. Pins and needles all over arms and hands. Signs of lime disease?

Maybe: Brachioradiculitis is a complication of lyme. It usually involves just one arm but occasionally can involve both. Get a blood test done. ...Read more

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My pinky and ring fingers get pins and needles sometimes. What could be the cause of this?

My pinky and ring fingers get pins and needles sometimes. What could be the cause of this?

Compression of ulnar: Nerve at wrist or elbow, large breasts, brachioplexus injury or neck spine disease or even very localized brain injuryt. ...Read more

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Shocking feeling in my elbow and two fingers like pins and needles?

Shocking feeling in  my  elbow and two fingers like pins and needles?

Cubital Tunnel: Sounds like a cubital syndrome or ulnar neuropathy at the elbow. This effects the nerve that goes under the bone on the underside of the medial bump of the elbow. Also known as funny bone. It becomes sensitive if it is trying to heal. Avoid having your elbow flexed as much as possible especially at night time. Reverse a elbow pad so it is in front and wear at night. ...Read more

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My left ring finger has pin sized red dots under the skin (on top -- opposite of palm side). There's about 40 dots and the skin is wrinkled. Any idea?

My left ring finger has pin sized red dots under the skin (on top -- opposite of palm side). There's about 40 dots and the skin is wrinkled. Any idea?

Trauma: There are several conditions that can cause the symptoms that you described. Although some may be benign, there are others that should be treated. I suggest you see your primary care doctor as soon as these symptoms appear. ...Read more

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Fingers twitching, pins and needles for 2 years. Diagnosed VIT-D deficient, take 50,000 units a week. Now severe pain in T-Spine. What could it be?

Fingers twitching, pins and needles for 2 years. Diagnosed VIT-D deficient, take 50,000 units a week. Now severe pain in T-Spine. What could it be?

Need evaluation: While those with low D are more likely to have back pain, the T-spine pain is probably not directly related-many possible causes. Please see your doctor for further evaluation. If your 50,000 unit D is prescription D2 STOP IT NOW and change to Vit D3. Research shows D2 is dangerous but many docs don't know this. See http://tinyurl.com/6qgpd24 and please tell the doc who prescribed D2 about this. ...Read more

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Do lots of computer work. Recent jump in repetitive motion->finger pain, pins needles in arm, tingling in hand, trouble gripping pen. Getting worse. ?

Do lots of computer work. Recent jump in repetitive motion->finger pain, pins needles in arm, tingling in hand, trouble gripping pen. Getting worse. ?

Repetitive motion: Sounds as though you're developing carpal tunnel syndrome (cts); repetitive wrist motions like keyboarding cause inflammation; nerves (especially the median), & tendons are surrounded by bony tunnel with ligamentous closure; pressure increases on nerve & produces numbness, tingling, weak grasp. Wrist splint may help; ergonomic keyboard; ice, rest, nsaids; if no relief, see orthopedic specialist. ...Read more

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I have a fractured middle finger with 2 pins inserted. What is the rehab?

I have a fractured middle finger with 2 pins inserted. What is the rehab?

After pain subside: You start to go to physical therapy, they start the exercises for you in the range of motion and to control the swelling, some time they give splint to use at home. ...Read more