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December 25, 2018 Numb Feet

For your entire life, you’ve felt the sensation of pins and needles after an arm or leg has “fallen asleep.” This happens after a temporary loss of circulation due to sitting or sleeping in the wrong position. However, if you start experiencing numb and tingling feet or hands for no apparent reason, there’s a chance you’re dealing with a more serious issue. You’ll need to get to the root of the problem so you can seek the right treatment.

To help you out, we’re going over some common causes of numbness and tingling in the feet. This will give you a better understanding of your condition and what action you need to take.

Neuropathy

Over 20 million people in the U.S. suffer from some type of neuropathy. Also called peripheral neuropathy, this nerve condition results from a number of things including diabetes, an injury, chemotherapy, or medication.

Your peripheral nerves send sensory messages to your central nervous system. These signals get carried to the appropriate parts of your body. Neuropathy occurs when there’s a disruption in these signals. This effects sensation and can cause numbness and tingling.

In addition to numbness and tingling in the feet or hands, other symptoms of neuropathy include:

  • extreme sensitivity to touch
  • burning pain in feet, legs, or hands
  • excessively cold feet and/or hands
  • cramping of feet or legs
  • restless leg syndrome
  • loss of balance or coordination
  • loss of sleep due to pain
  • weakness in arms or legs

A qualified chiropractor can provide treatment solutions so you can avoid surgery or prescription medication.

A Pinched Nerve

When a nerve has too much pressure on it from surrounding muscles, bones, or tissue, it can’t function properly. This is referred to as a pinched nerve. In addition to pain, a pinched nerve in your back may cause numbness and tingling in your feet. It may also affect the range of motion you have in certain parts of your body.

Chiropractic is a good way to relieve the inflammation that’s placing pressure on the nerve. A chiropractor can also realign your neck and spine to take tension off the nerve.

Bad Posture

A very common cause of foot numbness and tingling is bad posture. If you sit at a computer for much of the day, this is more likely to happen. Bad posture puts unwanted pressure on the nerves in your back. It also restricts blow flow to your legs and feet.

The numbness and tingling may go away once your stand up and stretch. However, if you consistently slouch, the problem could increase in frequency and duration.

Lower Back Problems

If you suffer from lower back issues, there’s a chance you may start to experience pins and needles in your feet. This could result from a herniated or bulging disc, misalignment of your neck and back, or spinal stenosis.

In many cases, sciatica could be the culprit. This is because the sciatic nerve runs from your lower back to your legs. Once this nerve gets irritated, you’ll likely feel the effects in your lower extremities.

A chiropractor will need to diagnose the issue and form a treatment plan.

Stop Numb and Tingling Feet

The body is a unified system. A problem in one area can have an adverse effect in a completely different area. If you suffer from numb or tingling feet, consult a chiropractor to help you get to the root of the problem. We provide a wide range of chiropractic services in The Villages® community, Ocala, Lady Lake, and surrounding areas. Contact us to today schedule an appointment to get to treat the cause of numb or tingling feet.


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December 18, 2018 Neck Pain

Every year, chronic back and neck pain costs Americans a staggering $88 billion. However, studies have also found that most medical treatments don’t work, leaving sufferers with neck pain and huge medical bills. 

If you’re experiencing pain in the right side of the neck, it may be for a number of reasons. Only a doctor can truly help you with these issues. 

In this article, we’ll look at the common causes of right side neck pain so you can narrow down your symptoms

1. Neck Becoming Locked during Sleep

When you wake up and feel pain, don’t jump straight to the worst possible option. One of the most common causes of pain in the right side of your neck is that it became locked in your sleep. If this is the case, you’ll be able to reduce the pain by using a low and firm pillow and trying out these neck exercises.  

Bad posture can also cause neck pain. If you aren’t active in your day to day life, you could find that you’re damaging your neck. When your neck is healed, make sure to get least 30 minutes of physical activity on a daily basis. 

2. Pinched Nerves Can Cause Pain in the Right Side of the Neck

If you have irritated or compressed a nerve, you’ll feel severe pain in your neck. The pain could even radiate down further towards your shoulder. It may also cause muscle weakness and numbness. If you don’t see your chiropractor soon, the pain could spread further down your right arm. 

Chiropractic treatment can help relieve pressure from a pinched nerve without drugs or other invasive procedures.

3. Injuries Cause Neck Pain

Have you recently suffered an accident or injury? Even if your accident didn’t cause you neck pain at the time, it could be flaring up now. For example, being in a car crash can cause whiplash, which may affect your life after the accident. Whiplash results from the quick, violent movement of your head. Your neck tissues are then sprained, causing you to be in a lot of pain. 

It may take a few weeks or months to heal and you may experience stiffness in your neck, headaches, and even muscle spasms. 

Experiencing Pain in the Right Side of Neck? Visit Your Doctor

Pain in the right side of the neck may go away within a few weeks if there isn’t damage to the spine or nerves. Make sure to stay mobile, but get adequate rest. If your pain hasn’t gone after a few weeks, it’s essential to visit your chiropractor to find the cause of your neck pain.

If you’re suffering from chronic pain, schedule an appointment with Davis Clinic of Chiropractic. We can help you put the pain behind you without addictive medications, surgery, or other invasive procedures!


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December 11, 2018 Back Pain Treatment

Preparing for the holiday season can be fun, but it can also play havoc on your back. Putting up decorations, lining up to buy gifts, overeating, and long car journeys to visit relatives can all aggravate back pain. To avoid suffering through the holidays without resorting to surgery or pain medication, these lower back stretches will help strengthen your back and release any built-up tension. 

For a pain-free holiday season, try out these stretches for lower back pain. Of course, always check with your doctor before performing any exercises.

Drawing in Move

Lie on your back with your knees bent and your feet flat on the floor, hip-width apart. Take a deep breath in and then breathe out, pulling your belly button towards your spine. Be sure to engage your abdominal muscles without tilting your hips. Hold this move for five seconds, release, and then repeat four more times. 

By working the transverse abdominis, this is one of many effective lower back stretches thanks to the way it supports and stabilizes the spinal joints.  

Lying Spine Twist

Lie flat on your back, bend your left leg and draw it towards your body. Twist your left knee toward your right side and follow through with your right hip until your knee is touching the floor. Hold your knee down with your right hand if necessary. Now, stretch out your left arm and turn your head to your left to stretch out your lower back and waist. Hold this move for at least 30 seconds and then repeat on the opposite side. 

Sitting Spine Twist

This is a great alternative to the lying twist as you can do it just about anywhere, as long as you’re sitting down. Come forwards in your chair and then twist your upper body to the right. Grip onto the chair back or arm for support and force yourself deeper into the stretch. Hold this position for at least 10 seconds and then repeat on the opposite side. As well as being simple to perform, it’s also one of the best stretches for lower back pain and helps with bad posture

Cat-Cow Pose for Spinal Release

On all fours, make sure your knees are under your hips and your hands are under your shoulders. Keep your back in the tabletop position, and your head neutral as you look down at the mat. First, ease into the cow pose by directing your belly towards the mat. Lift your chest and gaze upwards, and keep your shoulders away from your ears. Hold for three seconds and then ease into the cat pose, forcing your belly up and rounding your back as your chin is drawn towards your chest. 

Hold this for three seconds then go back to cow pose, repeating this flowing movement from one pose to another around 20 times. 

The Best Exercises for Lower Back Pain

With these exercises for lower back pain to help you through the holidays, you’ll be sure to enjoy all the festive cheer with a lot less pain. That said, if you find that your lower back continues to bother you into the New Year, you may need to explore other treatment options for your back pain.  

For more information or to schedule an appointment, contact us today. 


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November 22, 2018 Neuropathy Treatment

Over 6% of children have been diagnosed with ADHD by the time they’re seven years old. But pushing your child full of ADHD medications isn’t always the best way to handle treatment. If you’re looking for a drug-free option for your child, you’re in luck.

Keep reading to learn how neurofeedback therapy can be a valuable treatment method for anyone struggling with ADHD.

What Is Neurofeedback?

Your brain produces five different types of electrical signals. Each of these signals, called alpha waves, beta waves, gamma waves, delta waves, and theta waves, cycle at varying frequencies. These electrical waves make up the basis of neurofeedback. People with ADHD have too many theta waves and not enough beta waves. This is what causes ADHD symptoms.

Brain function is linked to behavior. When a person’s behavior changes, so does their brain function. When a person has a shift in their brain function, their behavior alters as well. Neurofeedback changes the symptoms of ADHD by changing the brain function. And they do this by accounting for the differences in brain waves.

By using an electroencephalograph (or EEG) device, neurofeedback can measure each of your brain’s electrical signals. This allows the neurofeedback provider to watch an ongoing screen printout of the patient’s brain waves during the session. Depending on the brain waves, the provider will instruct the patient to perform different tasks. These tasks might be matched with sounds or other stimuli to help the brain process the information in a new way. This can interrupt or change brain function.

Neurofeedback therapy allows a patient to change their beta and theta waves over an extended period of time. As these change, the symptoms of ADHD improve.

Does This Neurofeedback Therapy Help ADHD?

Neurofeedback as a treatment for ADHD is a relatively new science. Because of this, the research is limited. However, according to some results of this research, neurofeedback therapy does appear to reduce symptoms of ADHD. It’s important to remember that the effectiveness of this treatment can vary for each person. In general, neurofeedback therapy does provide a treatment option for people with ADHD that can relieve symptoms.

How to Choose Neurofeedback for ADHD Treatment

If other ADHD treatments aren’t working for you or your child, neurofeedback therapy may be able to help. It’s also a good route to choose if you want to avoid giving your child a lot of medication.

For more information on neurofeedback treatment for ADHD, schedule an appointment with our doctors to see if neurofeedback is right for you or your child.

Wondering if neurofeedback therapy is an effective treatment strategy for other mental illnesses as well? Take a look at this guide to learn how it can help relieve depression.


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September 24, 2018 Back Pain Treatment

If you’re over 18, chances are you’ve experienced lower back pain. According to the National Institute of Health, 80% of American adults will experience this pain once in their lives. In fact, it is the leading cause of workplace disability and the second most common reason for call-offs in the US.

If you suffer from pain but prefer to avoid medication, this article is for you. In it, we outline four of the best lower back exercises you can do to ease your discomfort.

The Best Lower Back Exercises to Manage Your Pain

Before undertaking any exercise, speak with your doctor to ensure you won’t damage your back further. Relief depends on what is causing the discomfort, but these simple stretches and exercises may help.

1. Hamstring Stretches

When hip flexors (the muscles stretching over the top of the thigh and pelvis) are too short, the lower back over-arches. When hamstrings are tight, the back is flattened.

Either of these conditions stresses the muscles and causes pain, which can be relieved with a hamstring stretch.

Try a chair hamstring stretch to start. Sit with one leg straightened and its heel on the floor. Bend your other knee and place your foot flat on the floor. Keep your spine straight as you reach for the toes on the extended leg, stopping when you feel your hamstring stretch.

Repeat with the other leg.

2. Knee to Chest

The knee-to-chest is an excellent stretch for your lower back muscles that may reduce joint stiffness and flexibility.

Lie on your back in the supine position. Your knees should be bent and your feet flat on the floor.

Raise one knee so that you can interlace your hands below the knee and gently pull it towards your bottom. Hold for a few seconds, release the leg and complete the exercise using the other leg.

3. Bridging

Studies indicate the gluteus maximus is the main stabilizer for the sacroiliac joint, which connects the sacrum with the pelvis. In strengthening these muscles, individuals experience less discomfort.

Lie face-up on the floor with your arms at your sides. Bend your knees and place your feet flat on the ground.

Lift your hips skyward until your knees, hips, and shoulders are in a straight line. During this time, your weight should be placed on your shoulders and feet, not your back.

Hold for two seconds, lower slowly to the ground and repeat.

4. Water Exercises

Water is fantastic for relieving pain because it takes weight off the joints, providing relief. Water exercises involve a range of movements that vary depending on the program.

If you’re completing this alone or with a friend, start by wading or lunging forward and backward in waist-high water. Aim for three sets of 10 lunges.

Next, hold onto a wall with one hand for support. Standing still, extend one leg straight in front of you, then move it to extend the appendage behind you. Do three sets of 10 for each leg.

Finally, move to the deep end. Using a floatation belt, bring your knees to your chest and down again 10 times.

These exercises stretch your hip and work the abdominal muscles.

What If These Don’t Help?

Sometimes, even the best lower back pain exercises aren’t enough to relieve an injured spine. For these times, it’s best to consult with a trusted professional. At the Davis Clinic of Chiropractic, Inc., we’ll work with you to discover the cause of your pain and to find a solution. Call us to schedule an appointment or submit a query online.

Don’t let the pain interfere with your daily life.


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September 10, 2018 Back Pain

A recent study found that 38% of school-aged children have bad posture. Bad posture leads to headaches as well as shoulder and back pain, not just in children but in adults too. Even worse, bad posture can cause gastrointestinal reflux and make us feel fatigued because our bodies aren’t able to breathe deeply.

Many people are so used to being hunched over that they don’t know what proper posture feels like.

Here we’ll discuss 3 common causes of bad posture and what you can do about it.

1. Excessive Sitting

Excessive sitting is the number 1 cause of bad posture. On average, we sit 14 hours each day. We sit on the drive to work, and all day at our desks. When we get home we sit to eat supper and then again to watch TV or watch our kids play baseball. We sit more than we do anything else. Sitting causes your shoulders to round forward. It also causes an anterior pelvic tilt. Sitting all day also makes our core muscles become sloppy which makes our posture worse.

Combat your sedentary lifestyle with a standing desk. Take walking meetings and get up and walk around while you are on the phone. Set a timer and get up while you are at your desk. Make a goal to take a walk instead of watch TV in the evenings.

Looking down at our phones is a cause of poor neck posture and leads to neck and shoulder pain. Luckily, there are several ways to fix neck posture.

2. Injuries

If you had an injury, even if it was a while ago, the nearby muscles are affected. These muscles spasm to keep the injured area of your body stable. While that’s a good thing for your injury, over time these muscles start to become weak. As a result, there is an imbalance between these weakened muscles and the rest of the muscles. Bad posture is often the result of this combination.

Chiropractic and the DRS Protocol can treat the injury and relax the overworked muscles.

3. Muscle Weakness

If your body has some areas that are weaker than others, muscle tension occurs. SOme muscles will overcompensate to try to keep your body upright while others slack on their part. The result is that your muscles can’t keep you upright in a good posture.

The difference in muscle strength could be due to your exercise habits. Or it could be due to the repetitive tasks you do like scrubbing pots. If you only exert certain muscles repeatedly, they will be stronger and in better condition than others.

The best way to prevent this is by incorporating strength training a couple times a week in your exercise routines.

Final Thoughts on Causes of Bad Posture

The 3 things we’ve discussed here are just some of the possible causes of bad posture. There are dozens of other things that could be contributing to your poor posture including shoes, stress and your genetics.

Contact our chiropractic clinic for a diagnosis and help in treating pain.


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June 25, 2018 Back Pain

At any given moment, there are 31 million Americans suffering from back pain. For some, the pain has become so routine that they don’t even question it. It’s just a fact of life. Some may not even know why their back pain exists.

If you often experience lower back pain when bending over but don’t know why you’ll find 5 common causes below.

1. Muscle Strain or Ligament Sprain

The most common and least severe cause of lower back pain is muscle or ligament strain. Muscle strain happens when a muscle gets stretched beyond its capabilities, causing a minor tear. A ligament sprain happens in the same way.

A strain or sprain can happen at once or can be experienced as a cumulative effect over time. Lifting heavy objects with poor form, bad posture, or a bad fall can all lead to muscle strain or ligament sprain.

2. Herniated Disc

A spinal disc is a jelly-like cushion between the vertebrae in your spine. When they get dislodged, the disc breaks through an outer-layer, irritating the nerves surrounding it. Herniated discs can theoretically happen anywhere on the spine, but 95% of herniated discs occur in the lower lumbar spine.

A disc can herniate as a result of the same actions as a ligament sprain and can happen to anyone — young or old.

3. Degenerative Disc Disease

Speaking of seniors, degenerative disc disease is another cause of chronic low back pain that is most commonly found in the older adults.

In our youths, our jelly-like discs are plump and hydrated, providing fantastic cushion and lubrication for our spine. Over time, however, our discs tend to dry out. This breakdown of our spinal cushioning leads to chronic pain and makes us more prone to herniation.

4. Osteoarthritis

Osteoarthritis is a form of arthritis in which the connective tissue and cartilage in our joints break down over time. This form of arthritis is can be found all over your body (especially your hands and knees), but it can also hit your back.

Like Degenerative Disc Disease, Osteoarthritis weakens the cushioning in your spine and makes it painful to move and perform everyday tasks.

5. Spinal Stenosis

“Stenosis” is derivative of a Greek word meaning “choking.” This refers to the narrowing of the spinal column, which happens as a cumulative effect of degenerative diseases like DDD or Osteoarthritis. Over time, Spinal Stenosis weakens your whole spinal column, degrading vertebrae and connective tissue alike.

Stenosis can lead to severe lower back pain, but most commonly felt as a pain in the legs, with a numbness or weakness emanating from the lower back.

Do You Have Lower Back Pain When Bending Over?

If you experience lower back pain when bending over, hopefully, this guide has given you some ideas as to why. If you suspect your back pain is a result of any one of these causes, contact us immediately. Our team of chiropractors can give you the pain relief you desperately need.


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March 27, 2018 Back Pain

7 out of 10 Americans take at least one prescription drug ranging from birth control prescriptions to antibiotics. While taking medications to help with problems like back pain may make you feel better at first, they may be harming your body in the long run.

Instead, there are a number of at-home-remedies on how to fix back pain and none of them involve medication. Find out how to ease back pain and rid your body of medications you may not even realize are harming your body.

Back Pain Symptoms

It’s important to know what your symptoms are and what’s causing your back pain to know what remedies will help, and which ones to stay away from. Knowing what’s causing your back pain will narrow the treatments to fix back pain.

Types of Back Pain

Chronic neck and back pain has a number of different types, including herniated discs and sciatica. Luckily, there ways to alleviate the pain without having to make a trip to the medicine cabinet.

Stretching

The easiest way to treat back pain is to begin stretching at home. Simple yoga stretches in the morning and at night will loosen your muscles and relieve pressure in the back. Stretching for as little as 10 minutes or as long as 30 minutes will prevent lower back pain. Start with yoga positions that don’t require you to leave the floor and work your way up.

Make sure to breathe deeply, and talk to your doctor before starting any stretching routines.

A Good Night’s Sleep

Getting a good nights sleep each night will prevent back pain and energize your body and mind.

Make sure your mattress has a firm top, and experimenting with sleeping positions could ease the pain as well. This can include propping a pillow between your legs to help with the natural curve of your spine.

Hot and Cold

Know when to apply a hot pad or a cold pack. Cold packs are commonly used when there is inflammation, while hot pads are used to relax muscles and alleviate pain. Apply a heating pad for 15-20 minutes at a time and a cold pack for 10 minutes at a time.

Herb Relief

Herb relief is a natural remedy that helps your body in the same way an over-the-county drug can. Ginger, chamomile, and arnica are natural herbs used in teas, essential oils, and ointments for the body.

Chiropractic Help

If home remedies aren’t working, it may be time to reach out to a chiropractor. There are many treatments on how to fix back pain that won’t involve medications or surgery.

One type of treatment on how to fix back pain is the DRS Protocol which is a nonsurgical, drug-free treatment that has helped thousands of patients get relief from chronic pain conditions.

The DRS Protocol, offered at the Davis Clinic of Chiropractic in The Villages(R), FL, is an effective treatment for the relief of neck and back pain conditions.

How to Fix Back Pain in The Villages(R)

Fixing back pain without using prescriptions or medication is easy. Simply make an appointment with Davis Clinic Chiropractic to learn more about our DRS Protocol treatment.


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January 18, 2018 Uncategorized

Back pain is a very common issue that affects a whopping 80% of people. Of course, the severity of the pain and injury varies from situation to situation.

But it’s not just the pain some of these individuals have to deal with. For instance, some also have other seemingly unrelated conditions, such as depression.

It makes sense for someone with a debilitating back injury to develop depression at some point in time. However, what we’ll discuss is whether back pain and depression interrelate.

What’s the Science Behind it?

You may find it surprising that back pain doesn’t necessarily have to come before the depression. There’s a study that suggests otherwise – those with depression are 60% more likely to develop low back pain.

It’s not quite clear why the two correlate, but there are a few theories.

The Relationship Between Back Pain and Depression

There were over 61,000 cases of lower back pain in the aforementioned Australian study. Based on the findings, it was determined that lower back pain was due to depression, or at least in part.

The evidence also showed that the deeper the depression of the individual, the more severe their back pain.

Now, medical professionals are still not convinced of the correlation between back pain and depression. This is especially true since the two conditions have differing causes.

For instance, lower back pain can stem from all sorts of conditions that relate to the nerves, muscles, bones, disks, and tendons.

The Typical Causes of Lower Back Pain

There are a number of reasons why someone’s lower back may develop pain. For instance, it may be due to irritation in the nerve roots in the region. Or there’s a strain in the muscles of that area. Then there’s the possibility of a degenerating intervertebral disc.

Is It All a Coincidence?

Depression stems from different life circumstances we face. For instance, the death of a family member or losing a job. This condition results in an individual’s ability to enjoy life and the activities they once did.

It’s hard to conclude definitively that back pain and depression correlate. However, when you look at the data, you’ll see those who are depressed somewhat set themselves up for lower back pain.

For instance, they don’t work out as much or do any physical activities. Or they suffer from sleep disorders that can wear down the body. Increased physical activity and restful sleep show improvements in back pain.

Not to mention, the disruption in neural transmitters that affect mood can also diminish your pain threshold.

Treating Back Pain and Depression

Typically, doctors will look to treat both the depression and lower back pain at once. For instance, receiving psychiatric and chiropractic therapy at once.

At Davis Clinic of Chiropractic Inc., we can provide you with top-notch chiropractic care. We also offer assistance with depression using neurofeedback therapies and various others.

If you’re currently suffering from back pain and are depressed, then we can help you. Contact us today to see how we can assist you in becoming happy and pain-free.



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Pinched nerves cause tremendous amounts of pain and usually happen at the worst possible times. This can cause stress which will inevitably make the nerve pain even worse.

There are a few treatment options for pinched nerve pain other than medications. These treatments are generally recommended first before nerve pain medication is administered to try to alleviate the issue without medical intervention.

Keep reading to learn more about treatments for pinched nerve pain that can help you, well, in a pinch.

Ice

Pinched nerves cause inflammation to the muscles surrounding them. Ice should be used to reduce swelling and inflammation.

Simply grab an ice pack or wrap some ice in a light towel and hold it directly onto your pinched nerve for 10-15 minutes. You can remove the ice pack for ten to fifteen minutes and put it back on again if the pain doesn’t cease.

Don’t ice for more than an hour in 10-15 minute increments.

Heat

Because the muscles are inflamed, they are also tight and tense, causing the pinched nerve to remain pinched. A heating pad or heat pack will increase blood flow to these muscles to relieve pressure and help to start the healing process.

You can wear a heating pad for 10-15 minutes at a time as long as you need to feel relief.

Adjust Posture

A pinched nerve can simply be the result of bad posture.

In order to relieve the pain, you can change the position in which you are standing or sitting to release pressure on the nerve. Once you find a position that is comfortable, remain there as long as possible. This will help alleviate the pain and relax the muscles and the nerves so they can start to heal.

Stretch

Small movements can have a big impact on nerve pain. Simple stretches can help relieve the pressure on your nerve and begin to improve your symptoms. You shouldn’t stretch too deeply but keep it light and feel for pain and discomfort. Stop or ease your stretch when you begin to feel even slight discomfort so as not to cause more inflammation or pressure.

Rest

The best medicine for any type of nerve pain is simply resting. You need to do your best to avoid any activity that causes pain, such as cleaning, vacuuming or even texting (looking down).

You should rest until the symptoms are completely gone and pay attention to how your body feels when you begin moving again. If there is any pain upon return to activity, try going back through the treatments discussed here and rest some more.

BONUS: Chiropractic Care for Pinched Nerve Pain

Nerve pain can become a debilitating issue that does eventually require medical care. But it can still be helped without medications. Chiropractors are specialized in shoulder, neck and back pain. Nerve pain stems from the spine and therefore can be relieved with chiropractic care.

If you’ve tried all the home treatments you can think of and you’re still experiencing pinched nerve pain, contact us!


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