tingling in right arm-pinched nerve
My husband hit his head at work when his head was at a slight angle, breaking the straps of his hard hat but was able to shake it off and continue working . Two weeks later his right arm started with what he discribes as a painful buzzing sensation and numbness in his right arm.
The chiropractor diagnosed a pinched nerve. After several treatments with results during the treatment only, not following, the chiropractor advised a CT or MRI. An single xray had been taken.
My husband has continued with chiro treatment once a week waiting for CT scan.
Would there be a specific chiro treatment in helping treat this condition that the chiro Dr. may not be applying?
Posted By Terry on April 28, 2008 at 12:19:26:
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