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Is there a natural cure for a pinched nerve in the neck?

Is there a natural cure for a pinched nerve in the neck?

I guess not: I am not quite certain what you refer to natural cure. If it is some sort of manipulation, then i doubt, since all the manipulations can only be as deep as muscles and the problem is deeper in the nerves. There may be some non-surgical options of treatment, but that's a different story. Acupuncture may help relieve some symptoms, but won't cure it completely. ...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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Can there be an easy and natural cure for a pinched nerve in the neck?

Can there be an easy and natural cure for a pinched nerve in the neck?

Rest and NSAIDS: Often rest, otc medications and massage can help treat the symptoms of a stiff neck. My patient's have also had good result with acupuncture. Only if symptoms get worse, or you lose muscle or feeling should you go to a surgeon. ...Read more

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What is the treatment for a possible pinched nerve in neck?

What is the treatment for a possible pinched nerve in neck?

A range of options.: A pinched nerve is first treated with rest, physical therapy, and medications. Those that do not get better over time may need an evaluation by a pain specialist for blocks (injections) to the cervical spine to help control the pain. Only in a few cases is surgery needed. There are various surgical procedures available for a pinched nerve depending on the findings on an mri. ...Read more

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Is there a cure for nerve pain in the back and legs?

Is there a cure for nerve pain in the back and legs?

May be: You could cure nerve pain if no scar in the nerve or what we call permanent change in the structure of the nerve, if you have changes in the nerve i doubt you could. In this situation we resort to a lot of methods of pain relief. (pain management). ...Read more

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What is the treatment of choice for a pinched nerve or disc problems in the neck?

What is the treatment of choice for a pinched nerve or disc problems in the neck?

Evaluation : Proper evaluation is needed by a physician who deals with these problems. An MRI is indicated to insure that the syptoms are not masking more serious problems. The other medical choices can then be discussed and decided. ...Read more

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What is usually done for a pinched nerve in the neck?

What is usually done for a pinched nerve in the neck?

Pain in the neck: ouch! neck pain can be tricky. managment depends on mechanism and symptoms. In the setting of normal xrays/CTs/MRIs, patients are usually given any of the following: NSAIDS, muscle relaxer, steroids, and sometimes narcotic pain meds. See your doctor should you develop numbness/weakness/tingling in your arms or legs. ...Read more

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What is a cure for bad nerve root pain in the leg?

What is a cure for bad nerve root pain in the leg?

Need MRI of spine: Lumbosacral neuralgia, or "back pain, " should be examined clinically, then assessed with imaging, namely mri. If one harbors a herniated disc, then either a neurosurgeon or orthopaedic spine surgeon can manage the issue. ...Read more

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Is there a cure of chronic nerve pain in wrist?

Is there a cure of chronic nerve pain in wrist?

Likely: Especially if you suffer from Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, but other nerve compressions can affect you, such as ulnar at Guyon's canal, and radial nerve over thumb. Consider an EMG study to confirm extent and location. ...Read more

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Could there be a good cure for arthritis in the fingers?

Could there be a good cure for arthritis in the fingers?

Arthritis is common: If the joints feel tight and stiff as if making a fist feels like they are sponges that need to be squeezed out and as you tighten the fist it hurts a bit...Well that is often how early mildarthritis feels, especially in the am or if the hand is cold. While there is no cure so to speak one can treat the symptoms or the results of the disease ...Read more

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Is there any treatment for a pinched nerve?

For sure: Depends on which nerve, how long it's bothered you and how severe your symptoms are. In general, if conservative management with physical therapy fails and your condition is good enough to consider surgery, nerve release may be an option. Membrane stabilizing medications and nerve stimulators can also be effective in select cases. ...Read more

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What is the best treatment for a pinched nerve in shoulder blade?

What is the best treatment for a pinched nerve in shoulder blade?

ConservativeApproach: Pinch nerve is easy to diagnose by taking a comprehensive history and performing a physical examination. Usually conservative, reversible approach (pt, acupuncture, nsaids) will manage the condition. In many cases interventional pain procedure under fluoroscopy needs to be done. See pain management specialist for proper diagnosis and treatment. ...Read more

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What can be done for nerve impingement in the neck? Is that the same as a pinched nerve in the neck? What are the symptoms of nerve infringement? Help

Nerve impingement?: can be caused by being sandwiched between two spinal bones, pressed by a bulging. It can cause muscle spasm and back pain. Prevention treatment is always recommended. This condition must be professionally managed. See interventional pain management specialist for definitive diagnosis and management. It is the same as a pinched nerve. ...Read more

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I have a pinched nerve in my greater trochanter is there any natural cure?

Exam: What nerve is pinched in your greater trochanter? Who provided you with this diagnosis? Recommend a good exam to see what exact structure causes the pain. It may be the bursa or tendon insertions. You may have flat feet and changing footwear or placing insoles may help. If you are obese, losing weight may get rid of the pain but all depends on the exact diagnosis of the pain generator. ...Read more

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Is there a difference in the way the pain a regular run of the mill pinched nerve would present itself vs that of tumor induced nerve compression?

Tumor vs. HNP: No and yes. Pressure on a nerve will cause radiating pain along that nerve with numbness and or weakness. Tumor, bone spur, misplaced pedicle screw, infection, disk, the nerve doesn't care. You are more likely to have severe, unremitting back/neck pain with tumor especially at night causing awakening. Add weight loss, loss of appetite, fever/chills/sweats, immune compromise, etc, that suggests ca. ...Read more

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Is there a home remedy for trigeminal neuralgia pain in the lower jaw?

Is there a home remedy for trigeminal neuralgia pain in the lower jaw?

No: Trigeminal pain is a severe and intractable condition. Medical or procedural management is required. ...Read more

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Is surgery the only solution to a pinched nerve in the elbow?

Is surgery the only solution to a pinched nerve in the elbow?

Try elbow pad: A pinched nerve in the elbow sounds consistent with an ulnar neuropathy. This is frequently caused by pressure on the elbow , in the region of the "funny bone, " that can occur with certain positions, such as having the elbows rest on arm rests. Sometimes surgery is necessary, but other times taking pressure off the elbows by repositioning and/or wearing elbow pads can be helpful. ...Read more

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Whats the best thing to take for a pinched nerve in the neck?

Whats the best thing to take for a pinched nerve in the neck?

Not medication: The best treatments are always those that get at the root cause of the problem. The nerve needs to get "un-pinched." often physical therapy or traction will help but sometimes surgery is needed. ...Read more

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