Patient Comments: Pinched Nerve - In Neck, Treatment

Question:What was the treatment for your pinched nerve?

Comment from: Denyyse, 45-54 Female (Caregiver) Published: July 26

Hi I have recently found out that I have pinched nerve. I never believed that I would be in pain like this due to an accident that I was involved in 10 years ago. I thought that it was because of the accident that I started getting these pains and now my doctor says that I have scoliosis. Now I have to take medication and I'm not a fan of tablets.

Comment from: Nell, 55-64 Female (Patient) Published: March 08

I've had a pinched nerve in my upper back for almost 12 years. Carpal tunnel was first diagnosed and I had that surgery that did nothing. In the last year and a half I've had more symptoms. Last winter I was sent to a neurologist who did a MRI which I'll never do again. I was prescribed physical therapy...exercises for me to do along with and ice pace afterward. I have had strong symptoms in my arms and hands off and on, on right now. I basically take Advil to help relieve symptoms, but nothing has "cured" my condition. I'm depressed with this mess. And, I also have Type 1 diabetes, another cause for the issue.


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Pinched Nerve - Describe Your Experience Question: Please describe your experience with a pinched nerve.
Pinched Nerve - Treatments Question: What was the treatment for your pinched nerve?
Pinched Nerve - In Neck Question: Did you have an X-ray, CT scan, or MRI to diagnose your pinched nerve in the neck?
Pinched Nerve - In Back Question: What symptoms did you experience with your pinched nerve in the back?

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