When you have a pinched nerve, there is a structure in the spine that is putting pressure on one of the nerve roots in the spinal cord. Most often, the protrusion is a spinal disc, but it can be a bone spur or spinal stenosis.
As this video explains, a pinched nerve in the neck can cause symptoms in the arm, neck, shoulders, and head. Depending on the severity of your symptoms, your treatment may vary. Physical therapy and chiropractic care in conjunction with an accurate diagnosis of the condition will help you find relief from your pinched nerve.
If your neck is suffering because of a pinched nerve, contact Non-Surgical Orthopaedics, P.C. at 770-421-1420. Our pain management solutions can have you feeling great without the downtime of invasive surgical procedures.