Numbness, tingling, and weakness are all indicators that the nervous system is not functioning properly in a particular area. Whether it be the face, hands, feet, legs, or arms, when severe enough it can leave a person dysfunctional, hopeless, and in severe pain. Surgery and other highly invasive procedures should be a last resort that is used when other lesser invasive procedures have been exhausted. This is where we come in.
By locating these areas of nervous system interference, and keeping them removed over a long enough period of time, we can ensure not only that the tingling, numbness, and weakness goes away and stays away, but we also can make sure the muscle, organ, or tissue the nerve goes to will not become an issue down the road.