The following Conditions are related to Tingling

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  • Arachnitis

    Arachnitis is a pain disorder caused by the inflammation of the arachnoid, one of the membranes that surround and protect the nerves of the spinal cord.Severe stinging, a "burning" pain, and neurological problems characterize the condition.Inflammation (swelling) of the arachnoid can lead to the formation of scar tissue and can cause the spinal nerves to stick together and malfunction.Arachnitis i  Read More

  • Dejerine-roussy syndrome

    When a stroke leads to pain due to damage in these areas, people are said to suffer from the Dejerine-Roussy syndrome. The syndrome is also sometimes called thalamic pain syndrome, or central pain syndrome (CPS).Symptoms can be brought on by any vascular lesion or condition affecting the slow or fast fibres that transport pain in the central somatosensory system.Although the majority of central post-stroke  Read More

  • Foot pain

    Medications and therapies can help reduce foot pain. Common choices include:Physical therapy: Physical therapy is an important part of foot pain management. For pain caused by inflammation following a physical injury to the foot, an ice pack applied immediately after the incident can help, as it brings down the inflammation. Heat packs can be used to reduce swelling and pain for patients with arthritis and similar conditions.  Read More

  • Lumbar spinal stenosis

    The majority of people with lumbar spinal stenosis are 50 and older. Spinal stenosis is a condition where a narrowing of the canal in your spinal column takes place. Nothing can cure it, but you can take steps to lead an active life on your own and with your doctor's advice.Cure or medication available for the Lumbar Spinal StenosisOver-the-counter Painkillers: For spinal stenosis, over-the-counter (OTC) m  Read More

  • Morton's neuroma

    Typically, there's no outward sign of this condition, such as a lump. Instead, you may experience the following symptoms: A feeling as if you're standing on a pebble in your shoe A burning pain in the ball of your foot that may radiate into your toes Tingling or numbness in your toes When to see a doctor It's best not to ignore any foot pain that lasts longer than a few days. See you  Read More

  • Neuropathic pain (nerve pain)

    Each person’s symptoms of neuropathic pain may vary slightly, but these symptoms are common: shooting, burning, or stabbing pain tingling and numbness, or a “pins and needles” feeling spontaneous pain, or pain that occurs without a trigger evoked pain, or pain that’s caused by events that are typically not painful — such as rubbing against something, being in cold tempe  Read More

  • Spinal diffuse idiopathic skeletal hyper...

    The disorder known as Spinal Diffuse Idiopathic Skeletal Hyperostosis causes the tendons and ligaments to stiffen. This specific form of arthritis. Reduced mobility, stiffness, and soreness are possible effects of this syndrome. Physical therapy, surgery, medicines, and the application of heat all have a role in managing DISH.Diagnosis available for Spinal Diffuse Idiopathic Skeletal HyperA comprehensiv  Read More

  • Spondylolisthesis

    Spondylolisthesis facts Spondylolisthesis is a forward or backward slippage of one vertebra on an adjacent vertebra. Causes of spondylolisthesis include trauma, degenerative, tumor, and birth defects. Symptoms of spondylolisthesis include lower back or leg pain, hamstring tightness, numbness and tingling in the legs. The diagnosis of spondylolisthesis is ba  Read More

  • Thalamic pain syndrome

    Thalamic pain syndrome is a tragic result of a cerebrovascular event (CVA).SymptomsThe patient's discomfort is concentrated, neuropathic, and related with temperature fluctuations.Patients frequently experience hyperalgesia and allodynia.Numbness on the affected side is the most common symptom of Dejerine-Roussy syndrome.Numbness is replaced with burning and tingling sensation  Read More

  • Thalamic syndrome (dejerine roussy)

    The most typical precursor to Thalamic Syndrome (Djerine-Roussy) is numbness on the affected side.In these situations, numbness is replaced by stinging and burning sensations that vary greatly in intensity from case to case.Most of those cases that are recorded have severe and incapacitating symptoms.Hypersensitivity can also cause burning and tingling, typically in the form of allodynia or dysaes  Read More