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Pinched Nerve

Also called: Compressed Nerve, Entrapped Nerve, Nerve Compression, Nerve Entrapment, Stinger

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I have to see your MRI to really make that call. Personally, I have to TWO rotator cuff repairs (both failed), and may be facing a third surgery in...
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Maybe, but it depends on which fingers are involved. The nerves to the hand, arm, and fingers does originate in the neck.
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I don't know enough about your particular case (nothing, in fact) to know if you are a surgical candidate or not. I think it is a big jump from...
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Any doctor would first and foremost advise you to rest and take things easy for a while.  Pinched nerves can be recovered from within a few days...
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It could be a hairline fracture, or your kneecap may have been briefly dislocated without you knowing it (like when you're sleeping). I have...
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this could be a tension headache
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With treatment, most people recover from pinched nerve. However, in some cases, the damage is irreversible.
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The most frequently recommended treatment for pinched nerve is rest for the affected area. Corticosteroids help alleviate pain. In some cases...
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The term pinched nerve describes one type of damage or injury to a nerve or set of nerves. The injury may result from compression, constriction, or...
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Support bracesIn many cases a pinched nerve can be treated with rest and ice. If the pinched nerve is in the arm (carpal tunnel syndrome or cubital...
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The symptoms of a pinched nerve depend on what nerve is affected. Each nerve is responsible for sending information to or from specific parts of the...
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A pinched nerve is caused when a nerve is somehow damaged or injured by direct pressure or compression and is unable to properly conduct its signal...
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