Re: Pinched Nerve Problem

It is under my right shoulder, probably half a finger length down. I know there is really no quick fix, just thought by now when i do the specific activites i mentioned, i would be feeling relief. My chiropractor took x-rays my first visit and definintely didn't mention a disk, but who knows. She also said the spacing between the vertebraes looks good, so would that rule out the disk? She just mentioned that my pelvis is tilted and the vertebraes should be straight and mine slants and that is what is causing my nerve to be pinched. I was just wondering if perhaps i have more issues with the nerve than what she thinks. I don't have any numbness or tingle sensation down my arms or down my back just that one area. So it has to be some movement that i am doing in those things mentioned that causes the burning and spasm type feeling. When i sit at my desk all day and when i go to bed, it doesn't bother me. Thanks for the response and any extra advice is appreciated.

Posted By steph on August 27, 2007 at 14:38:11:

In Reply to: Re: Pinched Nerve Problem posted by doc4bax on August 27, 2007 at 11:53:46:

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