Pinched Nerve


Pinched Nerves

Pain. Numbness. Tingling. Muscle weakness. These are a few of the symptoms of a pinched nerve. A pinched nerve is caused by a damaged or injured nerve, disrupting the nerve's signal. Pinched nerves in the neck are often caused by a herniated disc applying pressure to the nerve.

In most cases, pinched nerves are temporary, healing completely without any long term symptoms.

At Relax The Back, we can help people with pinched nerves in these areas: The median, ulnar, and radial nerves, which extend down the arms from the shoulders to the hands. The nerves between the discs in the spinal column.

 

How We Can Help

People with pinched nerves are sometimes affected by herniated discs and may find relief with products that improve alignment. By aligning the spine correctly, pressure is placed more evenly on all the discs, relieving pressure on the herniated disc. Be cautious in using massage products because you may be very sensitive in the area of the herniated disc and strong massage may be uncomfortable.

 

Other Medical Issues

Ankylosing Spondylitis Arthritis Degenerative Disc Disease Fibromyalgia
Herniated Disc Multiple Sclerosis Osteoporosis Pinched Nerve
Pregnancy Related Back Pain Sciatica Scoliosis Spinal Cord Injury
Spinal Stenosis Spine Strain and Sprain Spondylolisthesis Whiplash

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