According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), an estimated 20.9% of U.S. adults regularly experience chronic pain (pain that lasts beyond three to six months), and as many as 17.1 million experience severe chronic pain due to an injury or conditions such as arthritis, back pain, diabetes, fibromyalgia, or irritable bowel syndrome.
Treatment of Numbness in the Fingers
Numbness anywhere in the body occurs when the nerves that are responsible for transmitting sensory information to and from the brain are compressed, damaged, or irritated. The median nerve, radial nerve, and ulnar nerve transmit information between the brain and your hands, and this enables your hands and fingers to move and feel things. So,