Pinched Nerve Pain Management

Pinched Nerve Pain Management in Bradenton, Sarasota, Venice, Englewood, Port Charlotte, Dunedin and St. Petersburg, FL

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Pinched Nerve Pain Management Near Me in Bradenton, Sarasota, Venice, Englewood, Port Charlotte, Dunedin and St. Petersburg, FL
Pinched Nerve Pain Management Near Me in Bradenton, Sarasota, Venice, Englewood, Port Charlotte, Dunedin and St. Petersburg, FL

Table of Contents:

What is a Pinched Nerve?
What are the Symptoms?
How can it be treated?
What is Radiculitis?
How can it be treated?

A pinched nerve can cause discomfort, trouble sleeping, and irritability. Most commonly, individuals experience pinched nerve pain in their neck and back. Sometimes, a pinched nerve will heal on its own over time, but if you have been suffering from a pinched nerve for longer than a month, it is a good idea to schedule an appointment with your doctor to see what treatment options are available.

What is a Pinched Nerve?


Many people experience a pinched nerve due to inflammation of surrounding tissues. This could be caused by bones, cartilage, muscles, or tendons in the affected area. Another common cause for a pinched nerve is an injury or a slipped disc in your spine. Pinched nerves can even occur due to drastic weight gain and added pressure on the affected area.

What are the Symptoms?


Pinched Nerve symptoms tend to vary since everyone experiences the pain in different areas of the body. Here is a list of common issues that may present themselves in the case of a pinched nerve.

– Numbness or decreased sensation in an area of your body
– Sharp shooting pains
– Pins and needles
– Muscle weakness

How can it be treated?


There are many ways to treat a pinched nerve. In many cases, rest and applying heat/cold can help decrease inflammation in the area. If your pinch nerve is a more severe case, a physician may suggest a nonsurgical treatment plan to manage the symptoms. In severe cases, treatments may even include physical therapy which is usually successful in bringing relief to those experiencing chronic pain and discomfort.

If you think you are experiencing a pinched nerve, here are some exercises that could help alleviate the pain.

Chin Extension – In a seated position, place interlocked fingers behind your head. Slowly move your chin down and to the right at the same time. Repeat on the left side.
Twist – Begin in a sitting position with your legs shoulder-width apart. Place your left hand on your right knee then extend your body forward to stretch your back muscles. Repeat on the other side as well.
Side Bends – Stand up and place your hands on your hips. While maintaining a straight posture, lean both sides of the body to stretch your lower back.
Shoulder Shrugs – While standing with both arms at your sides, shrug your shoulders repeatedly.
Bench Press – Lay on your back while holding a broom across your chest. Lift the broom upwards until your arms are extended, and your shoulders are straight. Repeat.

Don’t continue living life in pain, get the help you need today!

At Ramos Center, we treat a variety of patients each of which requires a specialized treatment technique unique to your specific needs. Our experienced professionals will execute a plan tailored to your pain and get you back on your feet in no time. Call us today (941) 702-9025 to schedule your appointment!

What is Radiculitis?


Radiculitis or a pinched nerve can cause discomfort, trouble sleeping, and irritability. Most commonly, individuals experience pinched nerve pain in their neck and back. Sometimes, a pinched nerve will heal on its own over time, but if you have been suffering from a pinched nerve for longer than a month, it is a good idea to schedule an appointment with your doctor to see what treatment options are available.

Many people experience a pinched nerve due to inflammation of surrounding tissues. This could be caused by bones, cartilage, muscles, or tendons in the affected area. Another common cause for a pinched nerve is an injury or a slipped disc in your spine. Pinched nerves can even occur due to drastic weight gain and added pressure on the affected area.

How can it be treated?


There are many ways to treat a pinched nerve. In many cases, rest and applying heat/cold can help decrease inflammation in the area. If your pinch nerve is a more severe case, a physician may suggest a nonsurgical treatment plan to manage the symptoms. In severe cases, treatments may even include physical therapy which is usually successful in bringing relief to those experiencing chronic pain and discomfort. Your provider may also recommend injections or stimulation procedures.

Conditions

Low Back Pain
Neck Pain
Thoracic Spine Pain
Leg Pain
Knee Pain
Ankle Pain
Foot Pain
Arm Pain
Hand Pain
Pain After Car Accident
Pain After Work Injury

Treatments

Epidural Steroid Injections
Transforaminal Epidural Steroid Injections
Spinal Cord Stimulators
DRG Stimulation
Lysis of Adhesions
Physical Therapy

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Our Locations

Bradenton

  • 100 3rd Ave. West Suite 210 Bradenton, FL 34205
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Petersburg

  • 5959 Central Ave Suite 101, St. Petersburg, FL 33710
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Sarasota

Sarasota

Venice

  • 1370 East Venice Ave. Suite 104 Venice, FL 34285
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Englewood

  • 2061 Englewood Rd, Suite 2A, Englewood, FL 34223
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Port Charlotte

Dunedin

  • 646 Virginia St, Suite 701, Dunedin, FL 34698
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