How do you know you have a pinched nerve?
A pinched nerve occurs when a nerve is damaged in some way and unable to fully send its information signals. It is caused when a nerve gets confined or squeezed, which can be due to arthritis, herniated disc, or bone spurs. You can also get a pinched nerve from other situations and activities such as injury, poor posture, repetitive motions, sports, hobbies, and obesity.
Pinched nerves can occur all over the body, although they are most common in the spine, neck, wrists, and elbows.
- These conditions cause inflammation, which constricts your nerves and causes them to become pinched.
- Poor nutrition and general health can worsen a pinched nerve.
- This condition can be reversible or irreversible, depending on the severity of the case.
Don’t take a chance on your health. Get it checked out before its too late.
Do you need Pinch Nerve Relief?
Nerves are most vulnerable at places in your body where they travel through narrow spaces but have little soft tissue to protect them. Nerve compression often occurs when the nerve is pressed between tissues such as:
Nerve compression in your neck or arm may also cause symptoms in areas such as your:
How long it will take your symptoms to end can change from person to person. Contact us now to start the process of feeling better.