Cervical Radiculopathy

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Do you have a pinching pain in your neck? The cause of this aggravation could be a herniated disc or a narrowing of the foramen (the space where nerves exit the spine). When these conditions compress the cervical nerves branching out from the spinal cord, you may have pain in your neck and all the way down to your hands and fingers — a condition known as “radiculopathy.”

Cervical Radiculopathy occurs when a nerve root in the cervical spine becomes damaged. The damage can be due to many things, such as spinal deterioration or an injury. People between the ages of 40 and 50 are most likely to suffer from this condition. In fact, 83 out of 100,000 people are reported to suffer from radiculopathy frequently.

Cervical Radiculopathy can be quite “the pain in the neck.” With physical therapy treatment, you can overcome symptoms associated with this condition and many more!

If you think you may be dealing with cervical radiculopathy, our skilled therapists at Euro-Therapies are here for you. Give Shanti Physical Therapy a call to schedule a consultation.

How Can Physical Therapy Help Recover From Cervical Radiculopathy?

It is important for your patients to begin physical therapy right away to resolve symptoms as quickly as possible. Hands-on therapy helps to increase mobility of tight muscles and tissues that can induce pressure on the disc. Pain reduction is best achieved with the patient moving, which has been demonstrated more effective than bed rest or immobilization. Specific exercises need to be performed which focus on the gradual strengthening of supporting muscles and tissues, relieving pressure on affected nerve roots.

Call Our Clinic For An Appointment Today

Cervical radiculopathy discomfort can be relieved quickly with physical therapy. If the pain in your neck is stopping you from doing the things you love, contact Shanti Physical Therapy today to request an appointment. Our therapists are ready to assess your condition and begin your recovery journey.

Your Next Steps…

  1. Request An Appointment
  2. Receive A Custom Treatment Plan
  3. Work Hard and Progress In Your Recovery
  4. Recover & Enjoy Life Pain-Free!