Tingling Feet Do Not Heal After Being Sorted After The Accident?
I was in an accident where there was a collision on my right knee and a right groin muscle that was tugging because my final landing position was astride. because I limped I went to the massage order for fear of shifting my kneecap even though there was no shift. when in the right leg massage had a maximum bend (the meeting between the thighs and heels) and extreme pain. well after being bent they will be the heel of my foot tingling and not disappear until 2 days after (now). the pins and needles are felt up to the pinky foot. what causes tingling?
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Tingling arises from disorders of the nervous system. In general, this disorder can originate from disease complications, such as diabetes that is already severe and uncontrolled, suppression due to pinched nerves, suppression due to tumors, immune system diseases where our immunity actually attacks itself, and many more. In your case, there may be nerve injury related to the massage or clamping.
Our advice, you should check this time with a neurologist, because if it is not examined immediately, it is difficult to ascertain your condition. Your neurologist may also need help with an x-ray or CT scan to find out what is happening in your body. What is clear, do not go to a massage therapist first for a while until your condition improves and is declared safe by your neurologist.
In the meantime, limit physical activity, warm compresses in related areas, consumption of foods containing B vitamins, and check yourself immediately. So, hopefully answering your question.