A pinched nerve occurs when the tissues surrounding a specific nerve begin to exert added pressure on the nerve. This can cause unpleasant symptoms such as weakness, numbness, a recurring tingling sensation, or pain, all of which can have a significant impact on a person’s quality of life. Pinched nerves most commonly occur in the neck or back.
What is the best treatment for pinched nerve?
In the majority of cases, a pinched can be treated without surgery. The prescribed treatment will depend on the severity of symptoms and how they affect your quality of life.
At The Spine & Sports Health Center, we take an integrative approach towards treatment for pinched nerves. We will formulate a personalized treatment plan to help alleviate your pain. We specialize in non-surgical interventional pain management techniques including:
- Epidural steroid injections
- Nerve blocks
- Spinal cord stimulation (if all else fails)
We also offer supplementary treatment options such as physical therapy, chiropractic care, and massage therapy.
Your First Stop for Pinched Nerve Treatment
The Spine & Sports Health Center should be your first stop for pinched nerve pain. Request an appointment with one of our pain management doctors today.