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  • Pinched Nerve

    Pathophysiology: With nerve compression, sometimes pain may be your only symptom. Or you may have other symptoms without pain. These are some of the more common symptoms of compressed nerves: Pain in the area of compression, such as the neck or low back, Radiating pain, such as sciatica or radicular pain Numbness or tingling, "Pins and needles" or a burning sensation, Weakness, especially with certain activities Sometimes symptoms worsen when you try certain movements, such as turning your head or straining your neck.

  • Pinched Nerve

    Treatment: Bed Rest, Early Injury Treatment, Avoid the HARM Factors, Acupuncture and Dry Needling, Sub-Acute Soft Tissue Injury Treatment, Biomechanical Analysis, Proprioception & Balance Exercises, Medications, Posture Correction, Soft Tissue Massage, Brace or Support, Deep Neck Stabilisation Exercises, Electrotherapy & Local Modalities, Heat Packs, Joint Mobilisation Techniques, Kinesiology Tape, Neurodynamics, Physiotherapy Instrument Mobilisation (PIM), Prehabilitation, Strength Exercises, Stretching Exercises, Supportive Taping & Strapping, Video Analysis, Yoga.

  • Pinched Nerve

    Major Research: Research is going on to find out the cure for pinched nerve.

  • Pinched Nerve

    Statistics: Non-specific causes (80%–90%), Radiculopathy (5%–15%), Referred visceral pain (1%–2%), Other serious spinal conditions (1%–2%).

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