pinched nerve


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pinched nerve

A colloquial term for nerve entrapment syndrome.
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Woods said he had a microdiscectomy for the pinched nerve, performed by neurosurgeon Charles Rich.
O'Driscoll needs surgery on a pinched nerve in his shoulder and while plenty of firms also go 5-1 about Toulouse, Paddy Power now make the French champions and fellow competition heavyweights 9-2 favourites.
The disclosure was made after the first surgery on her spine failed to stop the pain she had from a pinched nerve.
I had a pinched nerve in my neck and my lower back gave out one day," he said.
I suspect I have some sort of pinched nerve under the ball of my foot.
A DISPLACED cervical vertebra can lead to a pinched nerve, and you may end up with a neck ache.
It's not like a pinched nerve when you sleep on it wrong.
So I have a pinched nerve in my back and I need to get it taken care of.
With spinal injuries or disorders, an understanding of the difference between a pinched nerve, a ruptured disk, spondylolysis or osteoporosis will help to guide the yoga poses recommended and the details of their execution.
Physically, she only suffered a pinched nerve in her leg and a few bruises, but she was so traumatized that she didn't get on a horse for another three years.