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Arm Numbness?? Tingling Fingers?? Weak Grip??


A pinched nerve/ compressed nerve is a common source of pain, no matter the age. It is caused by degenerative joints,  subluxation, herniated disc, macro or micro trauma, obesity, arthritis and poor posture. Although sometimes the body adapts to the pain on its own, there can be permanent nerve damage if left untreated.

Nerves send and receive information regarding all sensations, pain, movement and even communication between organs. If you are feeling pins and needles or numbness in your arm due to a pinched nerve, imagine the pain your organs are in but do not have pain receptors to let you know something is wrong? 

Research shows non-surgical, conservative treatments have better and longer lasting results. Treatments such as chiropractic care, exercise, proper nutrition, and physical therapy reduce inflammation significantly to alleviate pinched nerve pain. 


Treatments include:

  1. Chiropractic Care
  2. Proper Therapeutic Exercises 
  3. Repair your collagen: consume building blocks for healthy tissue. Collagen, bone broth, glucosamine, chondroitin and amino acids are a good starting place
  4. Low inflammatory food: stay away from processed foods that are high in sugar substances
  5. Consume turmeric, garlic and ginger for their natural anti-inflammatory effects
  6. Concentrate on proper posture.                                                                                                                                                                                   If you are unsure, ask us!

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