What does it mean when I have a  Pinched Nerve?

A pinched nerve simply means that  the nerve is pinched or entrapped. This can happen in many places in the body. Common areas this is seen is in the neck, back, wrist, elbow and leg. There may be nerve pain when a nerve is pinched. You may also experience sensory loss, muscles weakness or altered reflexes.

How do I know if I really have a Pinched Nerve?

Certain orthopedic test done in the office will help diagnose if you have a pinched nerve. Further imaging or a nerve conduction test may help confirm the diagnosis or the severity of the pinched nerve.

What Can I do about my Pinched Nerve?

Depending on where the nerve is trapped determines the treatment. There are many therapies at the office that will help with it including manual therapy and decompression therapy on the DRX 9000

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