Relief from tingling fingersNumb, painful, or tingling fingers are fairly common peripheral neuropathy conditions that we treat at Functional Medicine Center of MN. Tingling or numb fingers is a partial or total loss of sensation in your fingers. It’s often described as a tingling or prickling like someone was lightly pricking you with a needle. Sometimes it can even feel like burning. In addition to being painful or uncomfortable, finger tingling or numbness often affects your ability to pick things up or perform simple daily tasks like cooking or writing a check. At Functional Medicine Center of MN, we’ve helped hundreds of Minnesotans restore function and get pain-free relief from tingling fingers.
This patient’s story is very typical of the results we achieve. With just five visits, he’s already experiencing feeling in his fingers and getting relief from the pain and discomfort of the tingling in his fingers. Check out this short video.
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Dennis: …I come to see Dr. Young for the tingling in my hands. I used to have no feelings except for tingling, and I couldn’t feel anything that I had to pick up. If I was going to pick up a pencil, I had to watch it to see that I had it in my hands.
Dennis: And since we’ve been working on it, I have my feelings back. I used to didn’t have any feelings. I couldn’t feel myself if I cut my finger. And now I can feel my fingernail in there. So I got my feeling back, and the tingling is disappearing. It’s not as bad as it used to be.
Clinician: About how long has it been that you’ve been coming here to our office?
Dennis: This is probably my fifth appointment with that.
Clinician: So if you know of somebody that has tingling in their hands or can’t feel with their fingers what would you suggest they do?
Dennis: I would suggest them to get ahold of Doctor. Come down and see him. He can help you.
Clinician: All right.
Dennis: Very, very good.
Clinician: Thank you, Dennis.