Pinched Nerve Treatment Center
Back Pain Treatment
Whenever you feel like your foot has “fallen asleep”, what you’re actually experiencing is a mild case of a single compressed nerve. A pinched nerve is a more severe version of this, wherein a single nerve or group of nerves are constantly compressed, resulting in pain and/or numbness. In most cases, a pinched nerve is a symptom of an underlying condition that must be diagnosed and treated in order to find long-term relief.
At Biscup Spine, all patients work with world-renowned spinal expert Dr. Robert Biscup. When treating patients with back pain, Dr. Robert S. Biscup draws on 30+ years of experience to determine the true source of back pain and initiate a more direct treatment plan. We can help you treat the symptoms of a pinched nerve, but our ultimate goal is to resolve the root problem.
Creating a Pinched Nerve Treatment Plan
Treatments for pinched nerves vary. One of the first things we do at Biscup Spine is run diagnostic tests to find out what’s causing the pinched nerve. In many cases, herniated discs, sciatica, and bone spurs are responsible for pinched nerves. We can provide treatment for these conditions to help you achieve long-term relief, but we also might recommend short-term treatments like physical therapy and medication to assist you with pinched nerve symptoms.
At Biscup Spine, we can perform a thorough assessment of your back pain using state-of-the-art diagnostic tests. Call (800) 533-7313 today to arrange an appointment.