A pinched or entrapped nerve can cause incessant pain that ranges from nagging to debilitating, and it can interfere with your work performance and quality of life. Nerves typically glide smoothly within your body, sending and receiving messages to and from the body and brain. Nerves can become pinched when other structures like bones, muscles or connective tissue come in contact with them and begin to compress them.
If you think you are suffering from a pinched nerve, there are some things you can do right away to relieve pressure and reduce pain.
If self-treatment does not help after a day or two, you should seek professional help. A chiropractor or physical therapist can help identify the source of your pinched nerve pain and provide treatment to eliminate it.
The back pain specialists at NYDNRehab use the latest technology and treatment methods to diagnose and treat pinched nerve pain. Treatment approaches for pinched nerves may include DNS (dynamic neuromuscular stabilization), ISM (integrated system model approach), clinical Pilates, postural retraining, myofascial release, acupuncture, ESWT (extracorporeal shock wave therapy) and other advanced treatment methods.
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