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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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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Resting the affected area is the first thing to do when treating a pinched, or compressed, nerve, according to Mayo Clinic. Other treatment options include medications, physical therapy and surgery. 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 »

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 »

Rest is the most common treatment for a pinched nerve, but neurologists may also recommend physical therapy and medication, according to Mayo Clinic. Surgery may also be used if other methods do not ease the pain. 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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