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Numbness In Hands Treatment

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Numbness In Hands Treatment

What health conditions cause people to search for numbness in hands treatment?

Metabolic, Mechanical, and Hereditary are the 3 most prominent causes for people to seek numbness in hands treatment. The primary cause for people requiring treatment for damaged nerves are metabolic or chemical factors. These typically include diabetes, chemotherapy, toxins, medications, and alcohol.

Diabetes is the most common type of metabolic peripheral nerve damage. Extended periods of elevated blood sugar overtime can cause damage to the small blood vessels that supply peripheral nerves. Approximately 70% of people with diabetes will need numbness in hands treatment.
A very common cause of hand numbness is the result of mechanical spine and extremity joint problems causing compression or entrapment of the peripheral nerve in the arms and hands.
A significant number of patients seeking numbness in hands treatment present with a mechanical cause of the peripheral nerve damage. This often includes spinal disc herniations, protrusions, and/or bulges, degenerative disc disease, spinal stenosis, nerve entrapment, and abnormal spinal alignments.
The mechanical compression or entrapment reduces the oxygen and nutrition to the nerves of the arms and hands. Patients commonly develop other sensory function loss symptomlogy such as burning sensation, stabbing pain, pins and needles numbness, and tingling. The development of motor function loss, such as loss of strength, decreased mobility and stiffness, and coordination.
The third cause for people to seek numbness in hands treatment is hereditary. This is the least common cause but affects approximately 1-2% of the population. The most common conditions from hereditary resulting in the need for numbness in hands treatment is Charcot Marie Tooth and Friedriech’s Ataxia.

What are the medications often Prescribed for Numbness In Hands Treatment?

Often a combination of pain-killers, antidepressants, anti-seizure and epileptic drugs are prescribed by doctors with the hope to cover up the symptoms for people needing numbness in hands treatment. This drug masking treatment regime is long-term and does not treat or improve the cause of the numbness in hands resulting in the problem to progressively worsened. Unfortunately these medications do not treat the cause of the numbness and do not stimulate, rehabilitate, or repair the damaged diseased nerves that caused the person to seek numbness in hands treatment.

 

Numbness in hands treatment should focus on the repair of damaged peripheral nerves.

Enhancing circulation for nutrient and oxygen supply to the sick damaged nerves
Cell growth and repair stimulation for peripheral nerves
Rehabilitation and removal of spinal or extremity mechanical entrapments

Numbness In Hands Treatment - What are the medications often Prescribed for Numbness In Hands Treatment?

Numbness In Hands Treatment – What are the medications often Prescribed for Numbness In Hands Treatment?

What Makes Dr. Alfonso’s Numbness In Hands Treatment Successful?

Dr. Alfonso‘s Neuropathy Treatment Protocol is a highly successful treatment that has helped many patients seeking numbness in hands treatment without drugs, injections, or surgeries
Dr. Alfonso‘s Neuropathy Treatment Protocol combines multiple specialized treatments developed to improve the supply of oxygen, remove waste, increase nutrients to damaged peripheral nerves. For people needing numbness in hands treatment increased circulation to the damaged peripheral nerves combined with treatments to stimulate peripheral nerve cell regeneration and repair has been a major success for many patients.
People looking for numbness in hands treatment can learn more about the Dr. Alfonso Neuropathy Treatment Protocol and the combination of specialized treatments for rehabilitating damaged sick peripheral nerves on our treatment page.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]



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