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Trapped or Pinched Nerve

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by | Sep 27, 2021

We Treat Trapped or Pinches Nerves For Good

Are you suffering from a trapped or pinched nerve?

We know how painful it can be to have a trapped or pinched nerve. That’s why we offer an array of innovative treatment options that are tailored to your specific needs and goals. Our team is made up of experts who specialize in relieving pain for good with drug-free, non-surgical interventions.

If you’re ready to get back into life and live pain-free, then book your appointment today by calling us at (01) 254 4800. We look forward to seeing you soon!

What Causes Trapped or Pinched Nerves?

Herniated Disc Anatomy

There are a number of things that can cause trapped or pinched nerves, but the most common cause is repetitive prolonged posture. For example: sitting at a desk hunched over a computer for hours on end. Another common cause of trapped or pinched nerves is a herniated disc in the neck or low back pressing the surrounding nerves.

Nerves can also become trapped or pinched by scar tissue. If there is a lot of scar tissue in one area it can compress the surrounding nerves. For example, if you repetitively sprain your ankle, and a lot of swelling and scar tissue builds up which can also cause nerves to become trapped or pinched.

At Dublin Physio & Chiropractic we offer treatment options to target the symptoms that often accompany trapped or pinched nerves – pain, weakness, and loss of sensation, but we also target the cause of the trapped nerve in the first place. We will also put in place a specific and individualized exercise program to improve posture and prevent future flare-ups for long-term resolution of symptoms.

We Treat People Trapped Or Pinched Nerves

Physio treating shoulder pain

Nerves trapped or pinched are very common, especially in the neck, low back, and pelvis. They can be very annoying, painful, and really get in the way of doing the things we love. If not treated effectively can lead to chronic pain. Physiotherapy treatment for trapped or pinched nerves can relieve your symptoms without painful injections, medication, or surgery.

We use a variety of techniques including physiotherapy, manual therapy, laser therapy, spinal decompression, and exercise rehabilitation to strengthen the muscles around the irritated and trapped nerves.

How We Help Trapped Or Pinched Nerves

We know trapped or pinched nerves can be extremely painful and even debilitating. That’s why we offer a number of treatment options to help relieve your pain and restore mobility: physiotherapy, manual therapy, spinal decompression, laser therapy, exercise rehabilitation, and chiropractic care.

Physiotherapy Care 

Man doing lunges

We offer physiotherapy treatment for trapped or pinched nerves to target the cause of trapped and pinched nerve symptoms. Our team consists of highly skilled professionals who are experts at relieving pain, improving mobility, and preventing future flare-ups with non-surgical interventions.

Manual Therapy 

Physiotherapy combines manual therapy and exercises therapy for treating trapped and pinched nerves. Manual therapy is an effective method of relieving pain and increasing the range of motion by manipulating or moving soft tissue (muscles, tendons, ligaments). Manual therapy is a combination of joint mobilizations and deep tissue release or massage.

Spinal Decompression 

Spinal decompression is a treatment option for trapped or pinched nerves, which involves traction and deep tissue release to decrease compression of the spine. Spinal decompression helps with trapped nerve symptoms by relieving pressure on your spinal discs and nerves in the back and neck.

Laser Therapy 

Laser therapy is a treatment option for trapped or pinched nerves, which reduces pain and inflammation Laser therapy helps relieve trapped and pinched nerve symptoms because it increases blood flow to the affected area, promoting the body’s natural healing process.

Laser Therapy for neck pain

Exercise Rehabilitation 

Exercise rehabilitation for trapped or pinched nerves is a treatment option that helps relieve trapped nerve symptoms by increasing blood flow to the affected nerves and reducing inflammation, Exercise rehabilitation also resolves any muscle weakness caused by the trapped nerve. Specific exercises may also be prescribed to improve posture – which may be the initial cause of the pinched nerve.

Chiropractic Care 

Man lifting arm

Chiropractic care is a treatment option for trapped or pinched nerves, which also helps relieve trapped nerve symptoms. Chiropractors use manual adjustments and mobilization techniques to increase the range of motion in your joints – including those in your spine.

Book An Appointment Today

Are you looking for a chiropractor and physiotherapist in Dublin?

We’re the best of both worlds. Our team is made up of highly trained professionals who are experts in their fields. We have over 30 years of experience combined, so we know what it takes to get you back on your feet again. You can trust us to provide professional care that will help relieve your pain and get you moving again.

You don’t have to live with this pain anymore! With our innovative technology and professional care, we can help make sure that doesn’t happen. Request an appointment today and let us show you how we can help!

Click here right now or call (01) 254 4800 to schedule an appointment with one of our doctors today!

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    My goal is to help people get out and stay out of pain. With 30 years of spinal healthcare experience as a chiropractor, I learned the value of living pain free for a happy and healthy life. I have a Chiropractic Degree from Life Chiropractic College West and am NBCE Physiotherapy certified.
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