Pinched Nerve

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Pinched Nerve

At Spinal Care Clinics Brentwood, we offer all of our clients thorough evaluations before we administer chiropractic treatment for pinched nerve syndrome.

We use digital x-ray equipment and electric treatment benches to isolate the exact cause of your nerve pain, thereby enabling us to provide you with the most effective course of treatment for you.  This treatment would most likely include a combination of chiropractic and massage therapy, preventing long-term nerve irritation or compression.

Your local, friendly chiropractor for nerve pain

What would my care involve?

Your chiropractic care will help bring you back to optimum health and wellness.

  • It will alleviate your pain and discomfort in the first instance

  • It will ease your movement and improve your bodily functions

  • You’ll be able to recover in the shortest time possible under our care

  • With ongoing treatment, chiropractic care can minimise the chance of re- occurring pain

  • You’ll learn new ‘healthy habits’ that will support your health and well being for life.

We have a proven track record and are incredibly proud of helping thousands of people with their pain and going back to doing what they love and enjoying and living life to the fullest.

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What are pinched nerves and why should you have them treated?

Pinched nerves are incredibly common.  If you have one, you’ll know it can be extremely painful to live with.
We treat many clients suffering with pinched or trapped nerves so we have a lot of experience in this area.
The term “pinched nerve” is used to describe an irritated or inflamed nerve but the nerve itself is not actually pinched.

What causes a ‘pinched’ nerve?

A ‘pinched nerve’ is usually caused by pressure on the nerve.  So if you’ve been doing any of the following, then this may well be the cause:

  • Repetitive motions

  • Holding your body in one position for long periods of time

  • Herniated spine discs

  • Carpal tunnel syndrome

  • Sciatica (for more information, see our health condition section on Sciatica)

  • Thoracic outlet syndrome

  • Trigger points (these are very tight “knots” of muscle which develop when muscles are either chronically overworked or injured)

What are the symptoms of a ‘pinched nerve’?

  • Pain in the area of compression, such as the neck or lower back

  • Radiating pain

  • Numbness or tingling

  • Pins and needles or a burning sensation

  • Weakness, especially when active

You may also find these symptoms worsen when you try certain movements, such as turning your head or straining your neck.

If untreated, a ‘pinched nerve’ can escalate and lead to permanent nerve damage.

If you think you may have a ‘pinched nerve’ it’s crucial that you seek professional chiropractic care as soon as possible.

Don’t put up with pain, discomfort and loss of mobility a moment longer. Regaining flexibility, feeling good, as well as living and working pain free are just a few clicks away.

£36 Consultation + x-ray + comprehensive report of findings plus a free, no obligation, care plan outline, detailing our recommendations for you.