Pinched or compressed nerves may require one or more types of treatments based on the severity of the condition, such as rest, medications, physical therapy and surgery, according to WebMD. Compression occurs when someth... More »

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Treatment for a pinched nerve in the back may include over-the-counter pain reliever, oral corticosteroids and steroid injections, according to WebMD. Other treatments that may help a pinched nerve in the back include ph... 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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Treatment options for a pinched nerve in the neck include rest, anti-inflammatory medications and physical therapy. Surgery to alleviate the pressure on the nerve is an option if nonsurgical treatments fail to solve the ... More »

Treatment options for Achilles tendon injuries include rest, ice, compression, elevation and anti-inflammatory pain medications, as listed by WebMD. Patients can also use a heel lift shoe insert or complete strengthening... More »

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Treatment for a pinched nerve in the shoulder varies considerably based on severity, but it often includes rest, nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, oral corticosteroids, steroid injections, narcotics, physical therapy... More »

Treatments for a pinched nerve include physical therapy, wearing a splint, medications that reduce swelling and inflammation, and undergoing surgery, according to WebMD. Assessing the severity of the pain and the damage ... More »

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