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Pinched Nerve Treatment

Pinched Nerve Treatment and Chiropractic Work in Sacramento, CA

When you have pinched nerve pain in Sacramento, CA you want to get treatment as soon as possible. This way you can improve your mobility, reduce numbness, and avoid pain from the pinched nerve. Here at Anderson Chiropractic, our chiropractor is ready to assist you with treatment for pinched or pressed nerves. Find out how to determine if you have a pinched nerve and what to expect when you seek treatment at our pinched nerve chiropractor. 

Understanding Pinched Nerves

A pinched nerve is a condition in which the nerves in the body are pressed against. This often occurs when muscles or soft tissue surrounding the nerves become inflamed. When this tissue is inflamed, it swells and puts unwanted pressure on the area surrounding it. If there are nerves in that part of the body, this leads to pinched nerve pain.

You can also suffer from a pinched nerve caused by a herniated disc or slipped disc. In this situation, if the soft tissue within a vertebrae disc becomes inflamed it swells outside of the crack in the disc casing. The nerves along the spine can experience pressure, which leads to a number of health conditions. 

Symptoms of Pinched Nerves

The most common symptom of pinched nerves is a pain within the area of the nerve. For example, if you have sciatic nerve pain, this is caused when the sciatic nerve is pressed against. Carpal tunnel syndrome is another form of pinched nerve pain. In this case, scar tissue from reoccurring use grows up around the median nerve in the lower arm and wrist. This causes pressure on the nerve, which leads to nerve pain. Other symptoms include numbness, tingling, and muscle weakness in the limbs associated with the nerve.

Treatments for Pinched Nerve Pain 

Fortunately, we can help you by offering all-natural pinched nerve treatment in Sacramento. Our chiropractor uses manual adjustments to help realign the musculoskeletal system. If your pinched nerve is caused by misalignment in the vertebrae or limbs, this treatment can provide near-instant pain relief. We can also use spinal decompression to help treat herniated discs that are causing pinched nerve pain. 

If you have posture issues or are recovering from a sports or auto accident injury, we offer corrective exercises to help rebalance your body. This natural rehabilitation provides your skeletal system with the proper place so you can prevent pinched nerve injuries. 

Contact Our Chiropractor in Sacramento

To begin treatment for your pinched nerve start by contacting our chiropractor in Sacramento, CA. Here at Anderson Chiropractic our chiropractor Dr. Gregg Anderson has been helping patients with pinched nerves for more than 20 years. We also offer comprehensive chiropractic treatments including spinal decompression, physiotherapy, and lifestyle advice.

Contact our office at 916-485-5433 for an appointment for pinched nerve treatment in Sacramento. We are currently offering a special deal for all new patients that includes a chiropractic consultation, exam, and diagnostic testing. This all-inclusive first visit is only $79.

To find out more, use the form below, or call us at: (916) 485-5433

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