Pinched nerves treatment

A pinched nerve is the compression of nerve due to increased pressure. The pressure is increased due to surrounding bones, tendons, muscles, and ligaments. It leads to numbness, pain, weakness, and tickling effects. The pinched nerve treatment depends on the severity of the nerve compression and the cause of the compression. In most cases, it is treated with steroids, corticosteroids, physiotherapy, and resting the affected nerve. In severe cases, surgeons surgically remove the obstructive tissues, which interfere with the nerves.

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