Metro Pain Centers: Your Pinched Nerve Specialists and Pain Management Experts

Treat Nerve Pain Caused by Pinched Nerves at Metro Pain Centers

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Seek Preventive Treatment for Pinched Nerve Pain with Metro Pain Centers

Metro Pain Centers give its patients excellent service through customized pain management treatment plans. Conditions like pinched nerves can trigger chronic pain and discomfort, and our team can determine the right way to treat your condition. This can mitigate the pain that prevents you from living your best.

If you are experiencing pain from pinched nerves due to conditions like carpal tunnel syndrome and ulnar neuropathy, Metro Pain Centers can help you. Contact us to book a consultation with one of our pinched nerve specialists to find the treatment that can give you the pain relief you need.

Why Do I Have Compressed Nerves?

A pinched or compressed nerve (also known as radiculopathy) can develop when excess pressure from surrounding muscle, bones, and other tissues compresses on one or more nerves in the area. This pressure can disrupt a nerve from functioning normally and trigger pain, tingling, numbness, or weakness.

Pinched nerves can be caused by arthritis, injury, obesity, a herniated disc, and repetitive motions. While minor cases can resolve on their own and heal in a short period of time, other patients require further treatments to avoid permanent nerve damage. At Metro Pain Centers, you can work with a pinched nerve specialist to manage the pain and prevent damage from worsening and becoming permanent.

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Ways to Treat Pinched Nerves

At Metro Pain Centers, our pinched nerve specialists can provide effective treatment to prevent nerve damage and minimize the pain you’re feeling. After your initial consultation, you’ll receive a pinched nerve treatment plan that can include a combination of the following:

  • Nerve blocks and oral medication for pain relief
  • Spinal cord stimulators
  • Steroid injections or epidural injections
  • Oral steroids
  • Radiofrequency ablation
  • Physical therapy (for pinched nerves caused by joint compressions)

These treatments can prevent pain triggers and treat the root cause of your pinched nerves. Your pain specialist can combine solutions that work for you to treat the pain as effectively as possible.

Why You Need a Pinched Nerve Specialist

Pinched nerves can stem from a number of causes, so treating nerve pain doesn’t have a one-size-fits-all solution. Depending on the cause of your pinched nerves, what triggers your chronic pain can vary. That’s why having a pain specialist create a customized pain management plan can help you achieve the relief you need to perform everyday tasks without experiencing discomfort.

At Metro Pain Centers, our team can help you develop and execute a pain management plan that prevents triggers and minimizes pain. Not only does this make you more resilient against pain coming from pinched nerves, but also halts the progression of nerve damage. By consulting with our team, you can avoid permanent nerve damage and proceed with your everyday tasks with no worries.

Preventing Pinched Nerves

Preventing pinched nerves not only minimizes the pain and discomfort you experience, but it can also prevent permanent nerve damage. Metro Pain Centers understands the importance of taking a preventive stance, and we can help you learn more and develop practices to reduce cases of pinched nerves.

Depending on the location of your pinched nerves, we can recommend exercises, lifestyle changes, activities, improved posture methods, and more to prevent getting a pinched nerve. Consult with one of our specialists to discuss even more ways to prevent pinched nerves.

FAQs About Pinched Nerves

Q: How do I know if I have a pinched nerve?

A: Some of the symptoms of having a pinched nerve include:

  • Pain, tingling, or numb feeling like neck pain, but it can also extend to your arms and legs
  • Overall muscle weakness, especially in your arms and legs
  • Chronic pain

If you think you have a pinched nerve, contact us for a diagnosis so that we can get started on a treatment plan as soon as possible.

Q: What are the risk factors of pinched nerves?

A: Patients with arthritis, diabetes, and obesity are likely to experience nerve compression. Pregnant women and people who spend long periods of time lying down can also develop compressed nerves.

Q: What is the prognosis for patients with pinched nerves?

A: For some patients, the effects of a pinched nerve resolve on its own after some time. However, some patients require treatment to prevent nerve degeneration and permanent nerve damage.

Seek Treatment for Your Pinched Nerves at Metro Pain Centers Today

Pinched nerves can cause pain and discomfort when you move. This can hinder your ability to perform everyday tasks while also putting yourself at risk of permanent nerve damage. At Metro Pain Centers, our team of pinched nerve specialists and pain management experts can provide you with an effective treatment plan that can manage pain triggers and prevent your condition from getting worse. 

Contact a Metro Pain Centers near you for an initial consultation.

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