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On physiotherapy for back and neck after an accident. Numbness in the hands, tingling in the ear, head and neck. Any nerve problem?

Hi there, I have been getting physical therapy on my back and neck for a few months, post car accident, I was rear-ended. I have been getting tingling/numbness in fingers and hands, ( pinched nerve?) along with pretty strong pain, but the symptom I am perplexed/concerned about it is a feeling of electrical current running through my neck, head, and right ear, it is pretty constant, but sometimes more intense than others. I have had a constant ringing in my ear for a couple of months ,which also feels oddly electrical . I ve had none of these symptoms prior to the accident, but the electrical/numbness stuff showed up about 2-3 months after accident as lower back pain subsided and upper back/neck pain intensified. I d appreciate any thoughts!
Asked On : Thu, 13 Sep 2012
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This is a case of cervical spondylosis n Disc slip
You r advice to take acupressure n magnetotherapy treatment from a specialist in your area,
However my advice ;--
1. place south pole of magnet to paining places.
2.massage with oil charged with south pole
both step twice a day 4 one month.
3. drink magnetic water
N.B; Feel free to contact 4 detail n magnet.
reort after one 1 month., hope 4 early releif
Answered: Fri, 14 Sep 2012
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