Pinched Nerve –  Symptoms and Causes

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  • Knee

    Knee

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  • Shoulder and Arm

    Shoulder and Arm

    Shoulder and arm symptoms can have a number of contributing causes, including misalignment of one or more spinal segments, due to injury.

  • Sciatica

    Sciatica

    Anyone who has suffered through a case of sciatica will agree that the symptoms is one of life’s most agonizing experiences.

  • Pinched Nerve

    Pinched Nerve

    Pinched nerve is a common term used to describe pain in joints, the back and neck area.

  • Migraines

    Migraines

    People with chronic migraine headaches spend $300 million dollars each year for remedies that give only temporary relief.

  • Hip and Leg Injuries

    Hip and Leg Injuries

    Legs “work” from the hips and provide our main means of locomotion. They permit us to participate actively in work, sports, leisure time activities, etc. Hips and legs help us bend and stretch; they support our weight.

  • Slipped Disc

    Slipped Disc

    The term “slipped disc” is really a misnomer. They can, however, become torn and depending on the severity of the tear, are called either a “bulged” or “herniated” disc.

  • Head and Neck Injuries

    Head and Neck Injuries

    Early detection of head and neck injuries and their symptoms is crucial.

  • Headaches

    Headaches

    One of the greatest dangers of recurring headaches is that they become acceptable as something to be ignored…something that will go away.

  • Herniated Discs

    Herniated Discs

    Spinal Discs are blamed for many conditions and have a reputation for bringing little else but trouble.

  • Back Injury

    Back Injury

    The underlying cause of back injuries is an imbalance of the bony framework of the body, especially the spinal column.

  • Whiplash

    Whiplash

    Whiplash is “an injury to the cervical spine caused by an abrupt jerking motion of the head, either backward, forward or side to side.”