TINGLING IN THE LEGS
May result from a category of different causes. Whenever an outside source applies pressure to a nerve over long periods of time, that nerve will cause a “tingling” sensation further down the extremity. Tingling in the legs most likely means that a patient has some sort of Spinal Stenosis or other pressure build up in the lumber spine. See your Brain and Spine Specialist for more information.
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Founded by Neurosurgeon, Dr. Grant Booher, Longhorn Brain and Spine focuses on a patient-centered approach to alleviating North Texans from Neurological and Spinal Pain. Dr. Booher and his clinical team believe in exhausting all non-invasive protocols first and if needed, employing the least invasive procedures necessary to treat the patients.
Dr. Booher believes in a conservative, individualized and holistic approach when it comes to his patients. He prefers exhausting all nonsurgical options and proudly offers the least invasive techniques when clinically indicated. He strives to treat every patient like a member of his family. During his free time, he and his wife enjoy watching sports, listening to Texas country music, and traveling.