Pinched Nerve in Dallas, TX

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About Pinched Nerves

A pinched nerve is a term used to describe a nerve that is being compressed by surrounding tissue or bone, which can cause great pain. This phenomenon may be the result of an injury or medical condition, such as a herniated disc, rheumatoid arthritis, or lifestyle factors, such as stress and obesity. The most common signs and symptoms of a pinched nerve generally include numbness, the feeling of pins and needles, and muscle weakness in the target area. Our seasoned pain management team at Tricity Pain Associates in North Dallas has been treating local men and women who are suffering from pinched nerves for many years. We are dedicated to helping you find the right solution to diminish your discomfort for optimal function and health. Contact our office in Carrollton, Prosper, McKinney, or Irving, TX to set up an appointment.

Pinched Nerve Treatment

There are several treatment options available for improving the painful symptoms that are caused by a pinched nerve. Popular remedies often include physical therapy, anti-inflammatory medication, and in extreme cases, surgery. Generally, at the start of your treatment, we recommend that you refrain from participating in activities that will agitate the affected area. Depending on the location of your pain, we may also provide you with a sling or brace to allow your arm, hand, or leg to rest. When creating your treatment plan, we will consider your lifestyle and overall health to make the best recommendations possible that suit your needs. Our goal is to help lower your pain level so you can regain function and mobility.

We invite you to call Tricity Pain Associates in Carrollton, Prosper, McKinney, or Irving, TX if you or your loved one is experiencing acute or chronic pain that cannot be relieved with over-the-counter pain medication. We are here to help identify the source of your pain so you can get back to doing what you love.

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