Paresthesia is a sensation of burning, pricking, prickling, creeping or tickling on the skin without a cause. It is most often related to irritation or injury of a nerve root or a sensory nerve. A paresthesia might come and go, or it may be chronic.
Information on decreased mobility of the spine and the cervical neck and lower back area, as well as degenerative disc disease and scoliosis.
Paralysis is defined as the total or almost total loss of voluntary muscular movement. The term paralysis should not be used in the same way as paresis, as the latter indicates a mild muscular weakness.