Pain is your body’s way of telling you that something is wrong. Millions of people experience pain at some point in their day. The most common condition linked to neck pain and tension is a cervical subluxation. Chiropractic treatment for the neck improves the mobility of the spine and restores loss of motion. Physical therapy and massage therapy for the neck will increase flexibility and strengthen weak muscles in the neck and shoulders. Nerve Impingement Syndrome and Pain can be evident within the lower back. Unfortunately, 80% of the population will experience some sort of back pain within their lifetime. Most cases of back pain are mechanical in origin. Spinal subluxation and muscle weakness are key elements that are linked to chronic lower back pain. Chiropractic and physical therapy can alleviate many symptoms associated with such low back conditions such as the following: Sciatica, disc herniation, Scoliosis, spinal degeneration, stenosis, pelvic imbalance, and core strengthening. The primary causes of Nerve Impingement Syndrome and Pain include the following: auto accidents, pregnancy, repetitive stress, poor posture, lack of exercise, and sports injuries.
When you’re involved in a motor vehicle accident, the extent of the physical injury to your spine can not be linked to the amount of damage to your vehicle. Whether you are involved in a minor “fender bender” or a rear-end collision, you should have your spine evaluated for subluxation and abnormal curvature of the spinal column.
In contrast, pregnancy can be a wonderful blessing in a women’s life; however, this process involves a physical change in a women’s body which may result in long term effects to her spine and pelvis. The effects of pregnancy can result in the following: exaggerated spinal curves, an irritated sciatic nerve, overstretched and weakened abdominal muscles, and loosened pelvic joints. Chiropractors, physical therapists, and massage therapists are trained in providing safe and comfortable care to women before and after their pregnancy.
Nerve Impingement Syndrome can be caused from repetitive stress. Whether you’re at work or play, doing the same activity over and over again can produce repetitive stress injuries. Some symptoms of repetitive stress injuries include: stiffness, pain, weakness, and loss of motion. Muscles, tendons, and joints that are not properly treated will result in chronic problems.
Chiropractors, physical therapists, and massage therapists are all skillfully trained in the art and science behind the musculo-skeletal system and can aid in much-needed relief to Nerve Impingement Syndrome.