What is Nerve Pain?

If you have unexplained pain, numbness, weakness or tingling, you may have a pinched nerve. That’s when something presses against a nerve in your body. It stops the nerve from acting the way it’s supposed to.

Symptoms depend on what nerve is pinched and how badly it’s been injured. You may feel pain or tingling sensations. You may have numbness or weakness. This can happen at the site of the pinching. It can also happen in a part of your body where the nerve travels. For example, a pinched nerve in your lower back can cause problems in the buttock, leg and foot. Your symptoms may come and go. Without proper care, a pinched nerve can be permanently damaged.

What Causes Nerve Pain?

Click on the boxes below to learn more about some of the common causes of nerve pain.

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Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) injections consist of a cocktail of many proteins that collectively stimulate repair and regeneration. Your body’s own platelets will release multiple growth factors that help recruit your natural healing response to help enhance tissue regeneration and heal the damaged tendon, ligament and muscle. The concentration of platelets is normally 5 to 9 times greater to heal your body naturally.

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