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Numbness and Tingling to the Hands and Fingers.

Numbness and tingling to hands and fingers can be a serious problem. It may start out as occasional numbness and tingling to one or both hands and fingers. The numbness and tingling may progress to pain with moderated to severe loss of grip strength. The frequency may also increase and with more intensity. This neuropathic condition can be a result of, but not limited to, repetitive activities such as typing or sorting of building materials. It may also come from trauma to the wrist, forearm, elbow, shoulder, and or neck. It is important that you receive timely and proper care for this condition. It is also important to tell your provider where the distribution of the tingling, numbness, and or pain is located.


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