Hand Nerve Damage Specialist

Dr.  Marvin Lagstein  -  - Neuropathy

Light Wave Wellness

Dr. Marvin Lagstein

Neuropathy & Weight Management located in Franklin Lakes, NJ

Injuries and chronic illnesses can damage the nerves in your hands, but LightWave Wellness in Franklin Lakes, New Jersey, offers unique solutions to nerve damage. Marvin Lagstein, DMD, provides an innovative “Neuropathy Reversal Program,” a drug-free, nonsurgical program designed to improve blood flow to your hands. Over time, it can even reverse nerve damage. If you struggle with chronic pain or sensitivity, let Dr. Lagstein help you find relief. Call LightWave Wellness today or book a consultation online.

Hand Nerve Damage Q&A

What are the symptoms of hand nerve damage?

Your hands and wrists contain a large number of nerves. If these nerves suffer damage, you may have trouble performing simple everyday tasks. Nerve damage in the hands can trigger:

  • Hand or wrist pain
  • Numbness or pins and needles
  • Stiffness or achiness
  • Sensitivity to touch
  • Poor range of motion

These symptoms may worsen when you type on a keyboard, lift heavy grocery bags, or play sports. Left untreated, symptoms also worsen. After a while, you may even struggle to button a shirt or brush your teeth.

What causes hand nerve damage?

Auto or sports accidents are common causes of hand nerve damage, as is repetitive stress. Repetitive stress injuries occur when you perform the same movement over and over. Carpal tunnel syndrome is a common condition that's often linked to repetitive motion. 

Some jobs increase your risk of carpal tunnel syndrome. Factory workers, office workers, musicians, and hairstylists are especially likely to develop pain in their hands, but anyone is at risk for carpal tunnel syndrome. 

If you experience symptoms of hand nerve damage, seek medical care right away. Delaying treatment can allow nerve damage to progress. 

Other medical conditions can also result in nerve damage throughout your body, including your hands. For example, people with diabetes are especially likely to develop nerve damage. Specialized care can help heal injured nerves and restore your range of motion. 

How is hand nerve damage treated?

LightWave Wellness offers innovative care for nerve damage. At Dr. Lagstein's practice, you can enroll in the “Neuropathy Reversal Program.” This unique program is designed to reverse neuropathy symptoms using cutting-edge technology devices. 

The program can improve circulation in your hands and feet, "waking up" dead nerves. Improved blood flow also relieves tingling, prickling, and joint stiffness. Over time, you can regain healthy physical function.

The “Neuropathy Reversal Program” involves no surgery or drugs. Instead, the program works with your body to provide natural healing and symptom relief. Treatments are performed in the office or the comfort of your own home. 

Frustrated by pain or tingling in your hands? Let LightWave Wellness provide the relief you've been seeking. Call the office today or book a consultation online.