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Pinched Nerve Treatment

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This is one of the ways we
use to treat a pinched nerve.

Clicking Sound… Bone Spurs… Pinched Nerve… Don’t Ignore These Warning Signs!

Pinched nerve from a spinal misalignment can wreck your spine. Studies suggest that the longer your spinal misalignment go uncorrected, the GREATER your risk.

Correcting spinal misalignments stops the uneven wear and tear on your spine and helps stop the ABNORMAL formation of bone spurs.

But, there is one thing worse than bone spurs that you want to avoid.

A PINCHED NERVE.
This is a common risk of spinal misalignments.
The number one thing that you want to avoid.

Why?

A pinched nerve can get hyperactive… like the people on the floor of the stock market. Or, your pinched nerve can get sluggish… like the traffic congestion at the site of a car accident.

Your spinal nerves branch out into smaller nerves that control the functioning of every muscle, organ and tissue in your body below your head.

Both hyperactive and underactive pinched nerves can cause malfunctioning and damage to the muscles, tissues and organs controlled by these nerves.

You’ll feel the pain in your muscles and joints.
Not in your organs.

Why?

Because your organs don’t have pain receptors. Even though the nerves to your organs are injured… causing damage to your organs… you won’t feel the pain… in the beginning.

Here’s an example: if your pinched nerve branches into nerves that go to your heart, you may feel the symptom of a fast heart rate.

In another example, if the pinched nerve goes to an organ that produces hormones, the initial symptoms you’ll feel will be the effects of having too much or too little of the hormones produced by the affected organ.

Early on, the problem may show itself as
abnormal hormone levels in your blood test.

You’ll only feel pain when the problem gets MUCH WORSE… and the tissues around the affected organ get damaged.

Since the tissues around your organs have pain receptors, you’ll feel the pain at this stage. This is how some people find out about an advanced problem in their organ only when it’s gotten really bad.

Below are the most common warning signs of pinched nerves caused by spinal misalignments:

  • Low back pain
  • Sciatica or leg pain
  • Midback pain
  • Neck pain
  • Headaches

Other warning signs include:

  • Spinal arthritis
  • Muscle trigger points
  • Spinal bone spurs
  • Degenerated discs
  • Bulged or herniated discs
  • Uneven hips
  • Uneven wear and tear on the bottom of your shoes

If you have any of the above warning signs, get your spinal misalignments treated right away.

After treating over 2,800 patients, I know from experience that uncorrected spinal misalignments can negatively impact your health… and your life.

In 14 years in practice, I often see patients who first came in with symptoms of spinal misalignments and failed to get treated for months… sometimes years.

When they finally come back in… desperate to get some pain relief… they look ten times older than their peers. They’ve lost their once active and care-free lifestyle. Their marriage suffered.

And they’re addicted to painkillers.

Don’t let this happen to you or to anyone you know.

Recently seeing a few of my patients who I haven’t seen in years go down this PAINFUL and UGLY path provoked me to warn other back pain sufferers like you of the severe lifestyle damage that uncorrected spinal misalignments can cause.

Spinal misalignments are simple to fix. But I can’t help you if you don’t come in and get your spine checked. Don’t wait until it’s too late.

If you have one of the warning signs listed above, call my office right away to get your spine checked… to correct your spinal misalignment… and to release your pinched nerves.

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This modern back decompressor may
relieve your back pain or sciatica leg
pain by gently unpinching your pinched
sciatic nerve.

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