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Burning Pins Needles in Arms and Hands

Neuropathy | Last Active: Nov 28, 2018 | Replies (21)

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@jenniferhunter, @sir_buzzalot, I forgot about the scar tissue and fascia issues after that surgery. That is in large part why the MFR, Myofascial release therapy massages were recommended to me in the first place. And your analysis is much more thorough than mine. I also had one nerve so damaged prior to surgery that there is no way it can heal in my anticipated life time. So I just try to keep it happy. I do make sure that I can turn my head enough to drive safely. I have 4 of those little blocks in my neck.

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@artscaping Thanks, Chris. It sounds like you've been through a lot. I'm lucky that I have only one fused level and my range of motion is normal. Have you tried Arnica gel? I used to put that on my neck before I had spine surgery and it helped dull the pain. My physical therapist also used a Dolphin Nerve stimulator to block pain neurotransmitters. It helped temporarily. You could buy one of those if it helps you. You could get a PT to try it on you. It sends a small current in-between 2 handheld devices. A tens unit could help and works like that, but with electrodes that stick to your skin.

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