If you’re playing tennis and get a pinched nerve (called nerve entrapment), treatment is usually the first thing on your mind. They’re uncomfortable at best and downright painful at worst. But Cornerstone Chiropractic and Rehabilitation Services can help! Our compassionate and professional team offers nerve entrapment treatments that will get you up and serving again in no time.  We specialize in

  • Ulnar Nerve Treatment
  • Median Nerve Entrapment
  • Radial Nerve Entrapment

Nerve Entrapment Symptoms

So how do you know if you need nerve entrapment treatment? You may experience:

  • Radiating pain
  • Numbness (like your fingers “falling asleep”)
  • Tingling (like “pins and needles”)
  • Burning sensations
  • Weakness in the wrist
  • Loss of strength in the fingers

It’s important to get possible symptoms of nerve entrapment checked out immediately. They can lead to more serious conditions like carpal tunnel or “tennis elbow” (which is often confused with radial nerveNerve Entrapment Pain in NJentrapment, even though it’s more severe). Make sure to see a doctor as soon as you start experiencing symptoms, so that you can get the help you need and the relief you want.

Ending your nerve entrapment symptoms is what we do best at Cornerstone Chiropractic & Rehabilitation. If you’re curious about ulnar nerve treatment, we can help! Contact us now to learn about all of our chiropractic services as well as to find out how you can get your FREE consultation with Dr. Joseph Young. Call today at (973) 831-1100 or email us at info@cornerstonespine.com!

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