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How do you treat a pinched nerve in the back?

How do you treat a pinched nerve in the back?

PinchedNerveTeatment: Depends on the cause, most common being nerve compression by adjacent anatomic structures (eg discs, degenerative arthritis). In absence of progressive neurological deficit, a trial of conservative (meds, pt, epidural injections) may be tried. If this fails and/or neurological deficit progressive, surgery may be next best step. ...Read more

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Nerve (Definition)

The brain and spinal cord communicates with what is occurring in the internal organs and limbs by nerve fibers where are like electrical wires with insulation (myelin) and the "copper" (axon). Within brain and spinal cord these nerves connect to other nerves via synapses on both axons and dendrites. A nerve can carry information regarding sensations, and ...Read more


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How do you treat a pinched nerve between the shoulder blades?

How do you treat a pinched nerve between the shoulder blades?

Talk to MD: This can be treated either conservatively or with anything up to surgery. First talk to pcp and try nsaids and rest. If this doesn't work consult pain doctor or spine surgeon to investigate options. ...Read more

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How do you get rid of a pinched nerve and a buldging disk in your neck?

How do you get rid of a pinched nerve and a buldging disk in your neck?

Time: The epidural injection helps most people with documented herniations that are the source of there sciatica type pain. That said the question is how long will you get relief for and there is no real good answer for that. Some people can get relief for months and others it can be days/weeks. We notice most people get relief for a longer time if at least 2 injections are planned. ...Read more

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What can u do for a pinched nerve in your leg?

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What can u do for a pinched nerve in your leg?

Inactivity: Having your hips flexed in the seated position for an extended period of time can cause your psoas muscle to spasm. You can reduce that spasm by stretching the psoas(ie lunges) and the hamstrings. If driving long distances, try stretching for 5-10 minutes every 2-4 hrs. ...Read more

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What can you do to relieve a pinch nerve pain on your neck?

What can you do to relieve a pinch nerve pain on your neck?

Non operatively as : 90% get better with time but treatment can include: medication, exercise, activity modification, physical therapy & even pain management via injections like epidural steroid injections. For those that do not respond to a satisfactory degree & imaging studies correlate with symptoms & physical exam findings, surgery can be done with the type of surgery dependent on the causes of the nerve issue. ...Read more

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What to do with a pinched nerve? Ice

What to do with a pinched nerve? Ice

Might work: First you need to know which nerve is pinched and how it came about. The essence of sound medical treatment is to correct the underlying cause of a condition, rather than simply treat symptoms. Ice or any topical treatment or any medication will not correct an anatomical defect. Get diagnosed--then treat. ...Read more

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What to do for a pinched nerve in neck?

Trickey: If you have a definate diagnosis either by MRI and emg, then ask your pcp to refer you to an interventional pain doctor. Epidural steroid injection may be very helpful. ...Read more

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How can you determine if you have a pinched nerve in neck?

Radicular pain: If you have a significant 'pinching' of a nerve in neck you may get root pain, tingling and numbness along the appropriat nerve to the fingers a neurologist can tell you where the problem is somtimes with the aid of an emg(electro myogram, an electrical study of the nerve and muscles) the symptoms may be due to the peripheral nerves such as the median nerve in carpal tunnel syndrome. ...Read more

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How do I deal with a pinched nerve in the neck?

Evaluation: If otc nsaids (aleve, motrin), and tylenol (acetaminophen) are not helping and the radiating arm pain is progressing, then you need a medical evaluation with xrays and possibly MRI if the exam reveals an abnormality. ...Read more

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How do I treat a pinched nerve in your neck along with ear pain?

Nerve compression: Ear pain is typically not related to a pinched nerve in the neck, you might want to consult an ENT physician in regards to the ear pain. ...Read more

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What do you do for a pinched nerve in the hip or thigh area?

What do you do for a pinched nerve in the hip or thigh area?

Piriformis: Lumbosacral disc disease can cause pain that radiates into the buttock and down the leg. Compression of the sciatic nerve by the piriformis muscle in the butt cheek can do the same but pain rarely goes below the knee. There are exercises that help stretch the muscle to take pressure off the nerve. If pain radiate to the foot, see a doctor. Pain can radiate form the hip to knee if tfl is tight. Pt. ...Read more

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How do you figure out if tingling in my left hand is coming from the ulnar/median nerve, neck, or thoracic spine? How do you figure out what nerve?

How do you figure out if tingling in my left hand is coming from the ulnar/median nerve, neck, or thoracic spine? How do you figure out what nerve?

Exam, studies: Each nerve has a specific distribution and so a detailed physical exam goes a long way in determining the likely diagnosis. We then will often use a test called a nerve conduction test which then tests each specific nerve and this can tell specifically which nerve is affected and where as well. ...Read more

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What is a pinch nerve in the shoulder? And how do you know if you have one?

Suprascapular nerve: Suprascapular nerve impingement is an example of a pinched nerve in the shoulder, and is most frequently seen in overhead athletes, causing aching pain and weakness. However, this condition is rare, and pain around the shoulder would be statistically more likely to be caused by rotator cuff pathology, joint/labrum problems, or even cervical radiculopathy. ...Read more

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How do you treat a pulled tendons in your biceps?

How do you treat a pulled tendons in your biceps?

See a physician: You should consult a sports medicine physician. If you notice any deformity of your biceps muscle you probably torn your biceps muscle. This can only be diagnosed my physical examination and some imaging studies like mri. If your doctor diagnose it as an tendonitis it can be treated with nonsteroidal anti inflammatory medication or steroids injections if indicated. ...Read more

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How do you get rid of a pinched nerve in the neck?

How do you get rid of a pinched nerve in the neck?

Neck pain pinched: There are mant reasons for a pinched nerve in the neck; there is good evidence for treatment with physical therapy; stretching and gentle neck-traction... Esepcially if the pain is only on one side. Work with a trusted therapist and then maybe a trainer in the gym to keep neck position- and muscles optimized, to keep feeling better. Surgery is last option if else fails... Need MRI to determine. ...Read more

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What to do if may have pinched a nerve in my wrist. What to do?

What to do if may have pinched a nerve in my wrist. What to do?

The most common: Pinched neve n the wrist is the median nerve and compression of that nerve is called carpal tunnel. One can also have compression of the ulnar nerve in guyons canal and even entrapemtn of the radial sensory nerve as it exits the velar forearm . Get evaluated as loss of sensation can occur from many things. ...Read more

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How to treat a pinched nerve in my neck?

Evaluation: Get evaluation by nerosurgeon or orthopedic surgeon who specializes in spine. ...Read more

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What can I peersonally do to get the feeling back in my fingers from Ulnar nerve entrapment? I can't see a surgeon or anything.

Depends on severity: If the problem is clear-cut and severe, you need surgery. If it is mild and of less than 6 months duration, avoiding prolonged flexion of that elbow, and using the other hand for activities (like holding a phone) ...Read more

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What can I do to for a pinched siatic nerve?

What can I do to for a pinched siatic nerve?

See your doctor: See your doctor. He/she will listen to you, examine you and possibly do some tests. He/she will probably prescribe medication for pain, physical therapy for exercises and stretching and possibly a referral for surgical intervention. ...Read more