Tag: compressed nerve

Nerve Impingement Syndrome

What Makes a Pinched Nerve Worse?

A pinched nerve occurs when there is pressure or compression on a nerve, leading to pain, tingling, and numbness. What makes a pinched nerve worse includes factors such as poor posture, injury, obesity, and uncomfortable sleeping postures.

Nerve Impingement Syndrome

A Revolutionary Way to Treat Pinched Nerves in the Back

It is not always necessary to actively treat pinched nerves in the back, as there are cases when they can resolve on their own. However, if the pain persists or gets worse, there are several treatment options to choose from.

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.