Spinal Pain (Pinched Nerve)

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Spinal nerve pain (pinched nerves) is one of the diseases that occur due to nerve damage due to pressure, both direct and indirect pressure. According to research 8 out of 10 people have experienced spinal pain.

Often a bad lifestyle is the cause other than that Lack of adequate rest, Sitting for a long time in the long run such as driving or workers sitting for long in front of the computer, improper posture causes the spine curves not in a straight line so that they are easily injured and cause premature abnormalities in the disc.

Lack of exercise. 80% of cases of back pain are caused by poor muscle flexibility or lack of exercise. mothers carrying children can cause nerves to be pinched at the waist.

People tend to wait until the pain is reduced, but the spinal pain that is left on for a long time accelerates the recurrence of pinched nerve pain, until proper care is given.
A proper understanding of pinched nerve disease is very necessary. It is clear that simpler drugs covering pain is not the answer.

Damage from pinched nerves can be mild or severe. This can cause temporary or long-term problems. The earlier you get a diagnosis and treatment, the sooner you will find help.

Pinched nerve treatment

The use of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (aspirin, naproxen, and ibuprofen) to reduce pain, but this treatment does not improve the nerves and flexibility of the spinal structure, only covering the problem. Other medical options are surgery.

Surgery or surgery is very dangerous and risky because it usually requires invasive surgery around the spinal cord Surgery can relieve pain for some time but if the overall structure of the spine is not repaired, pinched nerve pain can occur again.

Chiropractic Medicine

Chiropractic therapy is very helpful in treating pinched nerves in many ways. Pinched nerves are usually caused by bone dislocation, meaning that there may be a bone that shifts and compresses the nerve, or in many cases the nerve is pinched caused by bone pads (disks) that come out pressing the nerve (HNP, herniated disc / nucleus pulposus hernia).

Chiropractic treatment can reduce pressure from the nerves and offer extraordinary relief from pain. Pinched nerves not only have local pain. For example, nerves pinched in the neck result in pain radiating to the arms, hands and fingers tingling, another example of nerves pinched in the waist can cause pain in the calves, thighs, to cramp or tingling toes.

Chiropractic can help relieve this pain with bone correction, bone adjustment, muscle relaxation, and reduce pressure on the pinched nerve.