At Worcester Chiropractic Clinic, we know that trapped nerves can be seriously painful. Our Worcester Chiropractors treat people with trapped nerves on a daily basis. If you’re wondering why a trapped nerve hurts so much, hopefully this article will provide some answers. For more information on trapped nerves, take a look at our trapped nerve… Read more

What is Carpal Tunnel Syndrome? Carpal tunnel syndrome refers to entrapment of a particular nerve (called the median nerve) within the wrist. This leads to a distinctive pattern of numbness, pain, or pins and needles in the hand. Carpal tunnel syndrome most commonly affects women of child bearing age. Symptoms of carpal tunnel syndrome include… Read more

It’s a little uncertain where this myth began, but it certainly does seem to be a common perception that chiropractors are purely back pain specialists. This isn’t strictly true – chiropractors are neuromusculoskeletal specialists. A neuromusculoskeletal specialist is a medical practitioner who primarily looks at conditions to do with nerves, muscles and joints. These can… Read more

If you have been referred for an injection to ease back pain, neck pain, a trapped nerve or sciatica, this article will provide some information on the various types you may be offered. Spinal injections come in three main forms; epidural, nerve root and facet joint. Facet joint injections target small joints at the back… Read more

Chiropractors and Trapped Nerves One of the most common reason people phone Worcester Chiropractic Clinic is for treatment of a trapped nerve. On examination, however, an overwhelming proportion of these patients turn out not to have a trapped nerve. The lesson here is that a trapped nerve is far less common than you might think…. Read more

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