Nerve Entrapment Information, Causes, and How We Can Help You!
Nerve entrapment is a condition in which nerves passing through confined spaces are pressed upon or adhered to other structures. The syndrome manifests with pain (usually tingling, burning, numbness) or with loss of function in the nerve.
Common Causes of Nerve Entrapment:
- Overuse or Repetitive Strain
- Prolonged Position
Commonly Treated Conditions in Our Office:
- Radial Nerve Entrapment
- Ulnar Nerve Entrapment
- Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
- Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome
- Piriformis Syndrome (Sciatic Nerve Entrapment)
How We Help:
In our office we specialize in the diagnosis and treatment of adhesion, which is a common cause of most nerve entrapments. Through complete functional movement screens, we can narrow down the exact problem and the exact tissue(s) that need to be fixed. Manual therapy and therapeutic exercise have proven benefits for most nerve entrapment syndromes.
If you think you have, or are struggling with nerve entrapment call our office at 309-755-2311 or request an appointment here!