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Posted by Liane on October 04, 2000 at 22:30:39:

In Reply to: Re: TINGLING IN FINGERS posted by ARIES on October 02, 2000 at 11:15:25:

But the test involves sticking small needles in certain muscles in various places. It's supposed to be like accupunture except they put electrodes on them to measure resistance of the current. The test itself is uncomfortable, but I have an aversion to needles. They taped the electrodes on me but it's not nearly as accurate that way. If you can stand the needle placement, you'll be ok.

: Thanks LIANE
: I have already been going to a Chiro and nothing has helped, in fact in started after I was seeing the chiro......I go for an EMG on Oct. 6 on both hands.....Do you know if this hurts?

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: : I have the same symptoms you described. There are times when I feel like the little finger on my right hand isn't really there. I have a vertabra out of place in my neck from a school gym injury, and when it slips out of place, I get numbness and pain. Start with a chiropracter. My doc wanted to do major back surgery and cut muscles in my neck to relieve pressure on the nerves. One trip to the chiro fixed it. I just have to keep going every so often.




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