San Antonio TX, 15-DECEMBER-2014 – Franklin Chiropractic & Accident Clinic Inc and Dr. James Franklin DC, are pleased to announce that nerve compression or “pinched nerve” pain can be alleviated with the use of chiropractic techniques. The San Antonio Chiropractor has the expertise and tools to bring relief for many types of painful conditions. He doesn’t use drugs or surgery to bring about recovery.
“Pinched nerve” is a type of injury or damage to a nerve or group of nerves. The damage can be caused by stretching, compression or constriction. There are several symptoms which are commonly associated with the condition. These may include pain radiating from the injury, numbness, “pins and needles” or symptoms of burning. Most people have had the experience of having a foot or hand fall asleep. This is due to a compressed nerve.
When the nerves are compressed, it can sometimes lead to other conditions, including neuropathy, tennis elbow or carpal tunnel syndrome. The level of symptoms may be mild or severe. It is important to determine where the injury is located as early as possible to prevent further damage or complications.
Relieving the compression is usually the first step in recovery. The compression on the nerves coming from a misaligned spine can be relieved through the use of decompression therapy. Massage is helpful in relieving other areas where the nerves are under pressure. The systems of the body work in conjunction with each other. When the communication along the nerve pathways is restored, the entire body is restored.
Learn more about relieving the symptoms of pinched nerves by paying a visit to the web pages at http://www.franklinchiropractic.com today. Members of the press and others who have further questions about the information in this press release are invited to contact Dr. Franklin at the location described below.
Contact Person Name: Dr. James Franklin, D. C.
Company Name: Franklin Chiropractic & Accident Clinic Inc
Address: Nacogdoches Office, 12802 Nacogdoches, San Antonio TX 78217
Contact Telephone Number: (210) 657-6744
Contact Fax Number: (210) 657-7230