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Pinched Nerves

The human body consist of nerves that run from the brain, down the spinal code and throughout the entire body. Your nerves play a vital role in all aspects of your life. These nerves constantly send messages from your body, to the brain and back to the body. If you’re experiencing pain, the message was sent to your brain by your nerves. You can think of this as a warning signal. Pain is not a normal part of life. Pain is our body telling us that something is not right. It’s important to note that if you feel pain, you need to get it treated.

Pinched NervesAlso known as compressed nerves, pinched nerves occur when there is an obstruction to your nerve roots. When the nerve is compressed (pressured), the nerve does not respond as it should. This is what is known as a pinched nerve. A pinched nerve can cause pain that is minor, mild or severe. Again, if you believe that you have a pinched or compressed nerve, you should seek medical attention as soon as possible.

Pinched nerves can cause a variety of issues. In some cases, it is possible that your pinched nerve pain will go away on its own. Surprisingly, this is a known fact, it can happen. However, other cases of compressed nerves may need treatment, possibly even surgery. If your pinched nerve is left untreated, it can get worse. In a small amount of medical cases, it can be possible that you can’t heal your pinched nerve. You may need treatment for the rest of your life.

Causes Of Pinched Nerves

There’s a number of different things that can cause you to have a pinched nerve.

Pinched nerves occur when too much pressure (compression) is applied to a nerve by surrounding tissues. In some cases, this tissue might be bone or cartilage, such as in the case of a herniated spinal disk that compresses a nerve root. In other cases, muscle or tendons may cause the condition.In the case of carpal tunnel syndrome, a variety of tissues may be responsible for compression of the carpal tunnel’s median nerve, including swollen tendon sheaths within the tunnel, enlarged bone that narrows the tunnel or a thickened and degenerated ligament.

A variety of conditions may cause tissue to compress a nerve or nerves, including:

  • Bad Posture
  • Injury
  • Obesity
  • Repetitive Activities
  • Rheumatoid/Wrist Arthritis
  • Stress/Work

This pressure causes inflammation of the nerve and disrupts the nerve’s function. If a nerve is pinched for only a short time, there’s usually no permanent damage. Once the pressure is relieved, nerve function returns to normal. However, if the pressure continues, chronic pain and permanent nerve damage can occur. This is why it is important to seek treatment immediately if you have a pinched nerve or believe that it is the cause of your pain.

Pinched Nerve Symptoms

A pinched nerve is likely to call a variety of different symptoms. In some cases, the only symptom that you’ll feel is pain. If you have compressed nerves, that area will probably cause pain. The back and neck remain to be two of the most common areas that pinched nerves occur. Numbness and tingling are two more symptoms that are common with pinched nerves. Weakness can also be a sign of compressed nerves. If you notice weakness in certain areas of your body, be sure to get it checked out. Burning or a burning type of pain may also be a symptom of compressed nerves. If you’re experiencing these types of symptoms, be sure to seek treatment.Compressed Nerves

Pinched Nerve Treatments

There’s a lot of different pinched nerve techniques out there that can help you relieve your pain. It’s important to note that we all react to treatment different. What works for one may not work for another. If you’ve tried compression nerve treatments in the past that didn’t work, I suggest that you be open to new treatments that may relieve your pinched nerve pain. One common pinched nerve treatment is physical therapy. Physical therapy can be used to strengthen and stretch the muscles of the injured area, thus reducing your pain.

Another treatment that can be used for pinched nerves is steroid injections. Steroid injections can reduce the swelling of the affected area and allow the nerves time to rest. Medications may also be used. This may include NSAIDs and narcotics. For some, surgery may be your only path to recovery. You need to explore your options with your doctor.

One compressed nerve treatment that we offer is the Doctor’s Pain Relief Systems. This pain relief treatment was developed by Dr. Jason Hurst after suffering for more then a decade with chronic pain. Dr. Hurst’s pain treatment has already helped thousands end their pain for good. If you suffer from pinched nerve pain and yet to find relief that you seek, be sure to sign up for our free webinar at the top of this page. Give us the opportunity to help you end your compressed nerve pain for good. You have nothing to lose but your pain. Give us the chance to explain our pain system and what it can do for you. It only takes a few seconds to sign up. Don’t continue to live in pain, we can help.

 

Dr Jason Hurst

Dr. Jason Hurst is the Founder and creator of the Doctor's Pain Relief Systems, a natural pain relief treatment to help you eliminate your pain naturally.

6 Comments:

  1. Pinched nerves cause some serious back pain. After reading this, I’m pretty sure that this is what it wrong with me. I’m just tired of hurting. I was in a wreck 5 years ago and I’ve been in pain ever since. Thanks for sharing a great resource. Take care.

  2. Great article Dr. Hurst. I remember when I had pinched nerves. I actually had 3 pinched nerves from a car accident. Talk about being painful. I remember when I would sneeze, I would feel what I describe as an electric shock down my spine. Scary. It eventually stopped but I’ve never recovered from the injury. I’m interested in learning more about your back pain treatment Dr. Hurst. I sent you an email.

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