Dr. Kaliq Chang explains sciatica and strategies for lowering flare-ups.
A pinched nerve in the spine is a term that is loosely used to describe nerve compression caused by a condition impinging on it. Herniated disc material, a bulging disc, spinal bone spurs, and various other conditions that affect the spine can lead to pinched nerve symptoms in the back or neck. Pain, numbness or tingling, and a pins and needles type sensation are common signs that would suggest the possibility of a pinched nerve.
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Endoscopic spine procedures can be used to correct many of the conditions that cause chronic back pain or to repair failed previous surgeries.- Kaixuan Liu, MD, PhD President, Atlantic Spine Center Read More about Dr.Liu