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What triggers a pinched nerve in the low back?
A pinched nerve happens when a vertebrae bone puts compression on the nerve that leaves the spine close the lumbar spine. This particular could be an extremely painful situation. The longer the bone crushes the spinal nerve the much more difficult it becomes to fix the agony associated along with a pinched nerve. A chiropractic specialist will shift the vertebra back into place to reduce the stress caused by the bone that is out of place.
How did I get a pinched nerve in my lower back?
– work injuries
– car crashes
– physical activities injuries
– poor posture
– extreme sitting
– lack of exercise
– inherited pre disposition
– surgical failures
As you can see there are many ways to have a pinched nerve in the low back. Chiropractic care is your best option to manage a compressed nerve. Certainly certainly there is no medication that will adjust the vertebra back into place. So by all means consider chiropractic whenever selecting a treatment for your pinched nerve. Many chiropractors will use physical therapy in addition to spinal adjusting to help minimize the pain.
Exercises for a pinched nerve