A pinched nerve occurs when there is pressure on a nerve. Nerve pressure often occurs when the nerve is being pinched between tissues.
Some signs and symptoms included: tingling, burning, numbness, pain, muscle weakness, needle pains, stinging pain, spasms.
The earlier you get a diagnosis and treatment for the pinched nerve, the quicker you will get pain relief. A pinched nerve may also put a person more at risk of other problem. Apex Medical Center wants to give you fast relief if you have a pinched nerve.
Pinched nerves can occur anywhere in the body but happens most often in the neck, back, elbows, and wrists.
Treatment and Remedies
- Corticosteroid Injections
- Physical Therapy
- Resting the affected area will allow the pinched nerve to heal on its own
- Changing the range of position to see which position relived pressure
- Using cushions, neck rests, adjustable chairs, back cushions
- Hot/Cold Therapy
- And more
Apex Medical Center wants to find the best treatment option for your fast relief.