Trapped Nerve Treatment in Basildon
The symptoms of trapped or pinched nerves are often pain, numbness or tingling, which feel very uncomfortable. There are two main causes of nerve irritation - pinched nerves and trapped nerves - and chiropractic trapped nerve treatment and pinched nerve treatment involve gently balancing the spinal column to relieve stress on the nervous system, which helps your brain and body to initiate the natural healing process.
The terms “trapped nerve” or “pinched nerve” are usually used to describe the pain and other symptoms associated with a number of conditions. These terms are misleading though, because the nerve is not usually actually trapped or pinched – in most cases the nerves have actually become irritated or inflamed because the spinal joints, muscles and/or bones have become misaligned and are not moving properly. These conditions are called subluxations, and chiropractic treatment is often the best trapped nerve treatment or pinched nerve treatment to seek.
Trapped nerve treatment and pinched nerve treatment for some conditions such as Carpal Tunnel Syndrome or sciatica can be complex, but chiropractors find that patients often respond extremely well to chiropractic treatment. Before your trapped nerve treatment or pinched nerve treatment at the chiropractor clinic, your chiropractor will conduct a thorough examination and review of your health history, then recommend an individualized care programme.
Basildon Chiropractic trapped nerve treatment, in common with pinched nerve treatment, involves a subtle, gentle, yet very effective adjustment of the spinal bones using pressure to restore the bones to their normal position and mechanical motion. Once the spinal function is enhanced, nervous system health improves too, helping your body to successfully heal itself.
Call our skilled team at Basildon Chiropractic on 01268 557 313, or click the “Email Chiropractor” link at the bottom of the page to contact one of our chiropractors today who can help you to discover a world without pain.