Tingling, heavy, achey arms in Downtown Chicago…

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Tingling, heavy, achey arms?


ReavesSpineImageEver woken up with a numb arm or found that after working on the computer for couple hours your hands go numb, tingle or feel heavy and achey?

There are many reasons these symptoms could stem from but one of the most common is due to Thoracic Outlet Syndrome. When the blood vessels and nerves are compressed at the shoulder/neck joint, a sensation down the arms and/or hands occurs that can be sharp, dull or numb and tingly. Many times this pain is due to bad posture, injury or lack of mobility of the joints. You may also have a limited range of motion in your shoulders and arms.

A chiropractor can help with restoring the mobility of the joints and making postural changes will help to lessen the pressure on the nerves and surrounding tissues bringing balance back to the muscles of the neck, shoulders and upper spine.

Suspect of neck pain and tingling? Schedule your visit today.

In good health,
Dr. Joanna Reaves

 

Reaves Chiropractic