A neurologist will be your best for answers. SOmething in the mean time you can try is a deep tissue massage with a qualified person. You can find them normally at a chiropractors office. I was in a car accident in the summer last year, had numbness and tingling in my arm. We found out my muscles were so inflamed that it was pressing against the nerves. The massage hurts a lot, but it helps a lot. It took me two visits then my numbness and tingling was gone.
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