A pinched nerve in the neck is caused by compression on the nerve from other tissues in the neck such as bones, tendons, cartilage or muscles, according to Mayo Clinic. The compression or "pinching" of the nerve interfer... More »

Treatment for a pinched neck nerve can include resting the injured area, nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs and steroid injections, depending on the severity of the symptoms, according to WebMD. Physical therapy helps ... 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 »

In most cases, treatment for a pinched nerve varies from simple rest and avoidance of activities that stress the neck muscles to physical therapy and anti-inflammatory medication. In extreme cases, surgery may be necessa... More »

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The human muscular, or musculoskeletal, system is comprised of the muscles, bones, tendons, ligaments, joints, cartilage and other tissues that both support the body and enable movement. The skeletal, or voluntary, muscl... More »

As one of many antioxidants, vitamin C reduces free radicals, the damaging chemicals responsible for aging, while it also has a primary role in building and repairing tissues, such as skin, blood vessels, tendons and lig... 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 »