Posted on 01-04-2018
Pinched Nerve Treatment with Your Queens Chiropractor
When the tissues surrounding a nerve put pressure on it, often due to misalignment of the spine or problems with the discs, the nerve's function is inhibited. This condition, called a pinched nerve cause a range of uncomfortable and potentially debilitating symptoms. Dr. Lee's Spine Center offers the services of a chiropractor in Queens, New York who has a natural approach to pinched nerve treatment.
Symptoms of a Pinched Nerve
How can you tell if you need to see a chiropractor in Queens, New York for pinched nerve treatment? While only your chiropractor can truly diagnosed you with a pinched nerve, there are some symptoms that indicate you have the condition. These include:
- Numbness or tingling in the area the nerve controls
- Aching, sharp or burning pain that radiates out
- A feeling of pins and needles
- Weakens in the affected muscle
- Frequently feeling like a hand or foot has "fallen asleep"
These symptoms often get worse when you are sleeping. The pain and discomfort may come and go or may be constant. If after a period of rest and ice your symptoms do not improve, you will want to make an appointment with a chiropractor in Queens, New York for help. Dr. Lee is ready to provide relief for your pinched nerve symptoms, so you can move on with a normal quality of life.
Schedule an Appointment with Your Queens Chiropractor
When you visit us at Dr. Lee's Spine Center for pinched nerve treatment, you will get fast relief of your pain and symptoms. Dr. Lee gets to the root cause of your pain, rather than treating the symptoms, for lasting relief. His non-surgical management of spinal problems is safe, effective, and brings fast results. By relieving the pain at the source through chiropractic adjustments and other non-surgical therapies, Dr. Lee and our team can give you back a normal quality of life. If you are looking for pinched nerve treatment, call Dr. Lee's Spine Center in Queens, New York at 347-960-7774 today.
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