How Chiropractors Can Help Treat Pinch Nerve Pain
Have you been feeling arm pain, hip pain, or muscle weakness that could be due to a pinched nerve? If so, Multicare Health Clinic of Sioux City can help treat and relieve nerve pain.
Whether your pinched nerve is caused by a personal injury like a car or sports accident or disk degeneration, one of our trained chiropractors can help you get back to your healthiest self.
What Is Pinch Nerve Pain?
A pinched nerve occurs when there is too much pressure applied to a nerve. This pressure can be caused by a herniated disk, injured muscle, or disk degeneration. A disruption in the nerve functions will then occur and can cause the following symptoms:
- sharp pain
- tingling feeling
- muscle weakness
- feeling like your foot or hand has fallen asleep
How A Chiropractor Helps with Pinch Nerve
A pinched nerve can happen to anyone and can be caused by a variety of things. The most common causes are personal injury, repetitive movements, physically demanding jobs, and obesity. It can occur in neck pain, lower back pain, arm pain, shoulder pain, hip pain, and leg pain. If left untreated, symptoms worsen and could lead to long-term complications. A chiropractor can help relieve the injured nerve's pressure, allow the nerve and tissue to heal, and reduce sharp pain. The chiropractic treatment could include:
- physical therapy
- massage therapy
- regenerative medication
- hot & cold therapy
The goal of chiropractic treatment is to help your body heal faster by loosening the muscles and increasing blood flow in the pinched nerve.
Schedule Your Chiropractic Treatment Today
If you are suffering from sharp pain caused by a pinched nerve, you should seek chiropractic treatment with your local Sioux City chiropractor, Multicare Health Clinic. We can help you treat your pain caused by a herniated disk or any other problem you may have, including back pain, neck pain, shoulder pain, and lower back pain. If you are feeling any of these symptoms, schedule an appointment today to help relieve nerve pain.