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Posted on 06-06-2012
#1: Actually not pinched nerves, but rather irritated or inflamed nerves. This triggering condition, also known as "subluxation," is typically the result of a misaligned spine or muscles and joints that do not move properly or fluidly. This encroaches on nerves, producing irritated or pinched sensations.
#3: Often results from knotted, tight muscles and related back pain or neck pain, along with burning, tingling sensations often associated with pinched nerves. This is actually known as "referred" pain, rather than direct pain.
Our chiropractors can bring relief from painful pinched nerves using a combination of procedures, based on your specific condition.
Pinched nerves occurring in tunnel syndromes respond best to a combination of adjustments, physical therapy, stretches, and exercises.
Which types of pinched nerves have you experienced? What type of therapy have you tried for pain management?
Michaux Family Chiropractic - Clermont, FL 34711
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