The symptoms of a pinched nerve include numbness or decreased sensation in the area supplied by the nerve, such as the back; a sharp or burning pain and tingling, itching, prickling and burning sensations, according to M... More »

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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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 »

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 »

Symptoms of nerve damage of the feet include pain with a sharp or burning sensation, numbness and tingling, sensitivity when touched, and a lack of coordination, states Mayo Clinic. Nerve damage of the feet is known as p... More »

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 »

Resting the area is often sufficient for clearing up the symptoms of a pinched nerve, according to Mayo Clinic. Immobilizing the area with a splint or a brace is also helpful in some situations. In more severe cases, phy... More »