Pinched Nerves

Occasionally, too much pressure is applied to a nerve by the surrounding tissue resulting in a pinched nerve. The pressure can be caused by various types of tissue including cartilage, bone, muscle or tendons. When a nerve is pinched, its function is disrupted which results in pain, tingling, numbness, and weakness.

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