About Pinched Nerves
A pinched nerve occurs when surrounding soft tissue is compressed, placing an abnormal amount of pressure on localized neurons. This phenomenon can lead to numbness, poor nerve function, and pain. A pinched nerve is generally caused by an injury, previous surgery, bed rest, obesity, or a preexisting health condition, such as arthritis or diabetes. Typical symptoms of a pinched nerve include sudden or chronic bouts of pain, tingling, muscle weakness, and the sensation of a limb or body part falling asleep. Tricity Pain Associates serves men and women all across the Texas Hill Country who are suffering from mild to severe pain disorders. If you are experiencing persistent episodes of pain, call our office in New Braunfels or Seguin, TX to set up a private consultation with our team.
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Pinched Nerve Treatment
There are many treatment options available for those who are suffering from a pinched nerve. Traditional treatments include physical therapy, anti-inflammatory medications, and steroid injections. In extreme cases, surgery may be necessary to remove any scar tissue or bone that is causing pressure. Each treatment has its benefits and limitations, which can be reviewed in detail during your treatment planning session. Our overall goal is to help reduce your pain so you can regain optimal function and health.
Tricity Pain Associates in New Braunfels and Seguin, TX specializes in treating chronic pain disorders, including pinched nerves. Our physicians have years of extensive experience and can walk you through all of your treatment options. Don't hesitate to call our care facility to learn more.