A pinched nerve is a condition that develops when a nerve experiences pressure from surrounding tissues. Your nervous system plays a vital role in transmitting pulses of sensation throughout the body, and when a single nerve is blocked, it can interfere with the ability to feel a particular sensation. It is important to seek treatment for pinched nerves, as the condition can worsen. At East Detroit Chiropractic Center, serving Clinton Township, MI, our chiropractors diagnose and treat pinched nerves.

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Signs and Symptoms of a Pinched Nerve

Since a pinched nerve affects sensation, you may find yourself lacking the ability to feel certain things at full capacity. Those with a pinched nerve will often feel stiffness, pain, numbness, and physical restriction. Pinched nerves will typically develop in the back, neck, legs, hips, or buttocks. If you experience more severe symptoms, such as chest pain, then you need to seek treatment right away. Pinched nerves can come from other health conditions, like sciatica. It is important to get your condition treated.

Causes of Nerve Compression

Wear-and-tear, especially related to aging or strenuous physical activity, is a common cause of nerve compression. This condition is also common among rheumatoid arthritis patients and those who experience an inflammation of the joints. A herniated spinal disc, or degenerative disc disease, are two problems that can result in nerve compression of nearby tissue. Poor posture is another cause of nerve compression, damaging certain nerve areas in the back and neck. Whatever the cause is, a diagnosis is necessary to determine the kind of treatment you need.

Treating Pinched Nerves

Our chiropractors will create a treatment plan for you based on where your pinched nerve is located and the cause of your condition. For example, those with a herniated disc causing nerve pain will likely need spinal manipulation. Realigning the spine will alleviate pressure on the nerve. We can also give you exercises to improve your posture and help relieve your pain.

Visit Our Chiropractor in Clinton Township, MI for Pinched Nerve Treatment

While some pinched nerves will naturally go away on their own, it is always a good idea to seek treatment. Chiropractic care offers long-lasting relief and will reduce your chances of recurring pain. At East Detroit Chiropractic Center in Clinton Township, MI, our team will find the right treatments to alleviate your pain and help you heal. We are happy to answer any questions you have. Call us today to schedule an appointment.

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JOHN M. DIMASI, DC

Monday
9:00 am - 7:00 pm
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9:00 am - 1:00 pm
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STEVEN M. BROWN, LMT

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