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What is the most recommended way to ease the pain of a trapped nerve in back?
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Dr. Vasu Brown
Wound care
2 doctors agree
In brief: Inversion table
Inversion table can release pinched nerve if no relief need traction.

In brief: Inversion table
Inversion table can release pinched nerve if no relief need traction.
Dr. Vasu Brown
Dr. Vasu Brown
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Dr. Paul Cohen
totally agree! manual medicine is a great therapeutic technique for cases like this; and manual traction is a great tool for this.
Dr. Bettina Herbert
Physical & Rehabilitation Medicine
2 doctors agree
In brief: Osteopathy
Try a course of treatment with an osteopathic physician who does omt (aka omm).
Find one near you via the aao website. Look at the cranial academy's website for highly trained physicians who work with their hands. Physical therapy then and a home exercise program to keep you aligned and strong. Good nutrition is key - lots of veggies, fruits and nothing with an ingredient you can't identify!

In brief: Osteopathy
Try a course of treatment with an osteopathic physician who does omt (aka omm).
Find one near you via the aao website. Look at the cranial academy's website for highly trained physicians who work with their hands. Physical therapy then and a home exercise program to keep you aligned and strong. Good nutrition is key - lots of veggies, fruits and nothing with an ingredient you can't identify!
Dr. Bettina Herbert
Dr. Bettina Herbert
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Dr. Paul Cohen
Totally agree...again!
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