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Published: Jun 9, 2011
Category: Pinched Nerve
What is a Pinched Nerve in the Neck?
A pinched nerve in the neck occurs when there is compression on a cervical nerve and is a common cause for neck, shoulder, and arm pain. A pinched nerve in the neck is often a result of an injury such as whiplash from a car accident, or a fall. Since you do many things that require you to move your neck on a daily basis this is a condition that can greatly affect your life.

There are many spinal conditions that can contribute to a pinched nerve in the neck....

Published: Jun 8, 2011
Category: Pinched Nerve
Treatment for pinched nerve in the neck is quite similar to pinched nerve treatments that you would use in other areas of the spine.

Pinched nerve in the neck treatment should be performed for 6 – 12 weeks. It is completely normal to undergo pinched nerve in the neck treatment for a few weeks before you begin to see any noticeable improvements in how you feel.

How to Treat a Pinched Nerve in the Neck
Often the most effect treatment for pinched nerve in neck is resting, this means avoiding...

Published: Jun 7, 2011
Category: Pinched Nerve
If your symptoms do not improve within 3 months of conservative treatments, pinched nerve surgery can be performed to relieve the nerve compression. What type of pinched nerve operation you may require will depend on the underlying reason for your pinched nerve, your age, and your overall health.

Listed below are conditions that contribute to nerve compression and the possible pinched nerve surgery that can be performed to relieve the pressure.

Pinched Nerve Surgery for Bone Spurs
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Published: Jun 6, 2011
Category: Pinched Nerve
Your sciatic nerve is the longest and largest nerve in the human body. It starts at your lower back and runs down each of your legs. These nerves enable us to move and feel in our thigh, knee, calf, ankle, and toes.

Sciatica is not a condition in itself but a term used to describe symptoms of pain that starts in the lower back and run down the leg or back of your thigh, you may also have feelings of numbness, tingling, and weakness.

It is important to understand that sciatic nerve pain is the...

Published: Dec 31, 2010
Category: Pinched Nerve
Many if not all of the treatments below can be used to help those suffering from a cervical pinched nerve as well as pinched nerves in other areas of the spine.
The following treatments work best whet performed for at least few months. You should not expect to see any actual changes in how you feel for about 2 – 3 weeks after starting treatment, so don’t get depressed and stay committed to your therapy.
Often the most effect treatment is resting, this means avoiding any activities that may...