Re: Return of Pinched Nerve Question

Ok so let me ask you this. How do you tell muscle from a nerve problem? I guess when i think of the burning sensation i think of nerve. I have not lifted weights for a couple weeks to try to figure out this problem? And when i did lift weights, it didn't seem to bother my back. When i did cardio, the weird thing is that the movement i was doing on the elliptical machine bothered me but when i put it on an incline it was better. So i didn't figure it was a muscle problem, but now i wonder. If you say that you treat people with this same issue, what exactly do you do for them?

Posted By stephanie on September 11, 2007 at 16:31:47:

In Reply to: Return of Pinched Nerve Question posted by steph on September 10, 2007 at 15:14:29:

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