Category: Nerve Impingement Syndrome

Myelopathy vs Radiculopathy - Spinal Nerves and Spinal Cord Compression Differences
Nerve Impingement Syndrome

Myelopathy vs Radiculopathy – What’s the difference?

Myelopathy refers to a condition known as spinal cord compression, while radiculopathy occurs when a nerve root (but not the cord itself) becomes compressed. The latter is more commonly known as a pinched nerve root.

Compressed nerve roots
Nerve Impingement Syndrome

What is nerve compression syndrome in the back?

Nerve compression syndrome in the back occurs when a nerve that passes through the spinal column becomes trapped due to conditions such as spinal stenosis, herniated discs and poor posture.

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