Signs or symptoms of a pinched or compressed nerve in the leg or back include low back pain or pain that travels through the leg and foot, according to WebMD. Symptoms can include pain in the area of compression/inflamma... More »

Rest, physical therapy, pain medications and surgery are the treatment options for a pinched nerve running down the leg. Pinched nerves at several sites, such as a disk in the lower spine or in the leg itself, can lead t... More »

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Most of the time a general practitioner, or GP, can treat a pinched nerve; however, if surgery is required, then the patient will need to see a specialist for the operation, according to Mount Sinai Hospital. A pinched n... More »

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Common symptoms of a pinched nerve, also known as a compressed nerve, include pain in the affected area of the body, which commonly involves the lower back or neck, according to WebMD. Patients may also experience tingli... More »

Signs of a pinched or compressed nerve in the neck include numbness, tingling, a pain that radiates out from the neck into the back, head and arms, and weakness when trying to turn the neck, according to WebMD. These sym... More »

Symptoms of a pinched neck nerve vary among individuals and include pain that radiates from the neck, muscle weakness, and a burning or prickling sensation, according to WebMD. Symptoms may occur with or without pain. More »

Symptoms of a cervical pinched nerve include numbness, tingling, burning sensation, and pain and weakness in the affected area, according to WebMD. Symptoms may escalate with certain movements, such as turning or straini... More »