Are you suffering from trapped nerves?
Pain in the hands, arms, legs, feet, or toes can be an indication of a severe
condition that involves the pinching or compression of nerves. The pain can come from several origins. The causes being disc herniation, compression of nerves by
arthritis, scar tissue, or inflammation along the course of the nerve.
These pains from trapped nerves are described as a sharp shooting unpleasant sensation along the arm or the leg. This uncomfortable sensation often follows the path of the nerve. These patterns of radiating nerve pain can lead astute clinicians to identify the cause of the problem.
During a full consultation, our chiropractors determine whether or not you are a suitable candidate for the chiropractic care we offer. This consultation includes a thorough case history and any necessary orthopedic and neurological exams. If needed, our team will organize X-Rays so that we can see any adverse changes happening to your spine. Furthermore, when we have all the necessary information to give you the best chiropractic care, our chiropractors will then outline your recommended treatment protocol.
The earlier the intervention, the higher the likelihood of total resolution of symptoms. In conclusion, suffering from radicular pain is unnecessary.
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by Dr. Tim Errington
The New Guidebook to Vibrant Health, Longevity and Maximized Potential
“I can only describe the pain I was getting down the back and side of my legs as unbearable. I was told that I was facing surgery if things deteriorated further. I had tried everything, massage, pilates, physiotherapy, and only received short term relief; always the pain came back.
It took about 6 treatments with Dr. Tim before I saw real improvement and since then I seem to just get better and better. I am extremely grateful for their professional and understandable approach. I feel that I am now on a journey to a higher level of overall health as my entire spine works better.”
— Andy Lavelle