PINCHED NERVE

Numbness and tingling are symptoms generally associated with nerve damage or irritation. There are two major causes of nerve irritation, each requiring a different method of treatment, so a correct diagnosis of the cause of your symptoms is critical. The most common type of injury to a nerve is an impingement or “pinching” of the nerve. Nerve impingement often occurs at the spine and can be caused by being sandwiched between two spinal bones, pressed upon by a bulging disc or encroached upon by bony overgrowth.

Other than impingement, nerves can also become “stuck” to surrounding soft tissues (muscles, ligaments, and fascia) usually as a result of repetitive motion injuries. This is commonly referred to as a “trapped” nerve.

PINCHED NERVE TREATMENT

After diagnosing the cause of the condition, a chiropractor can teach you how to help your body heal itself and reduce the chances of a recurrence.

Neck & Spine Pain

A chiropractic adjustment is the most effective and most thoroughly researched treatment method available…

Headaches

It should be fairly obvious that alleviating joint dysfunction and muscle tightness in the neck would eliminate headaches caused by stress…

Pinched Nerve

After diagnosing the cause of the condition, a chiropractor can teach you how to help your body heal itself …

Degenerative Disk Desease

Disease of the spinal discs can take many forms. Significant disc damage can lead to a Disc Bulge, become a tear called a Disc Herniation..

Lower Back Pain

A chiropractic adjustment is the most effective treatment method available for the alleviation of facet joint irritation…

Frozen Shoulder

Restoring the shoulder to proper function and motion requires a combined approach that addresses both the…

Sciatica

irritation of the nerve as it exits the spine is often the result of mechanical dysfunction of the joints of the spine…

Shoulder & Rotator Cuff Pain

Healthy joint mechanics are critical to allowing mobility and the proper combination of muscle flexibility and strength…

Running Injury

When the joints of the feet fail to absorb the shock of running, the muscles of the legs, hips, pelvis and low back are often forced…