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Nerves send many signals throughout your body. It is because of nerves that you are able to think, blink, move, laugh, sing, dance and perform many other tasks. A pinched nerve is a term given to a nerve that is being compromised. Most often, the nerve is receiving pressure from bones or soft tissues. This pressure interrupts the signal and can lead to pain, limited movement, numbness and tingling sensations in your arms or legs. Dr. Roy A. Logan examines your spine to determine if a nerve is experiencing pressure. Then, he works to develop a chiropractic care plan to alleviate this pressure, eliminate your pain and restore your mobility.
The location of a pinched nerve can vary. Your pinched nerve may be due to an accident or injury or you may be suffering from a degenerative disc disease that is compromising nerve signal flow. If you have a pinched nerve in lower back, your symptoms may include:
Dr. Logan, our chiropractor Austin, TX, examines your lower back to determine the location of the pinched nerve, then uses a gentle chiropractic adjustment to position your spine away from the nerve.
If your pinched nerve is located in your neck, you may experience symptoms such as:
Your symptoms are determined by the exact location of the pinched nerve in the neck. Dr. Logan evaluates your neck and the position of your vertebrae to determine if a gentle chiropractic adjustment will alleviate the nerve pressure.
If you feel the beginning symptoms of a pinched nerve such as localized pain or tingling in your hands or feet, please visit the Chiropractic Offices of Roy A. Logan, DC, as soon as possible. To reduce your risk of chronic pain, muscle weakness, loss of mobility or muscle atrophy, it is important to begin chiropractic care as soon as possible. Dr. Logan uses gentle chiropractic adjustments to move the vertebrae away from the nerve. This positioning frees the nerve signal and brings an immediate reduction in your symptoms. Our wellness team may also use exercises to reestablish muscle strength and restore muscle balance. Flexibility movements help with your mobility concerns.
Dr. Logan is available to evaluate your pinched nerves and provide relief. Chiropractic care works with your body's natural healing abilities to restore balance and eliminate pain. A pinched nerve is not something you have to live with and is best when treated as soon as possible. Our holistic approach to pinched nerves in Austin, TX is a natural, drug-free way to eliminate pain and improve your health. To learn more or to schedule your consultation, please contact us today at (512) 215-3256.