Pinched Nerve


Pinched nerves are a common cause of chronic and persistent pain, especially in the back, neck, arms and legs. Anyone can develop a pinched nerve, but they are more common among people who spend a lot of time sitting or standing, people with poor posture, those who are overweight and people who perform a lot of repetitive motions, including bending and lifting.
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McClelland Chiropractic

No matter what causes a pinched nerve, one thing is for certain:  You need to have prompt chiropractic care to relieve your symptoms in order to prevent them from becoming worse.  As a top chiropractic center in Austin, TX, McClelland Chiropractic is a leading provider of effective treatment solutions for patients with pinched nerves.  Relying on over 20 years of experience, Dr. McClelland focuses on your care aimed both at relieving your symptoms and preventing them from recurring. 

What Symptoms are Associated with Pinched Nerves?

Pinched nerves can cause pain, numbness, tingling and weakness when nerves become compressed.  These symptoms often radiate into your arms, hands, legs and feet.  

When a nerve in the neck is pinched, you might feel symptoms like:

  •   Chronic Headaches
  •   Shoulder Pain
  •   Upper Back Pain
  •   Pain, Numbness or Tingling in the arms and hands
  •   Muscles Weakness in the arms and hands

When a nerve in the lower back is pinched, common symptoms include:

  •   Pain in the low back, buttocks, hips, and legs
  •   Tingling Sensations in the legs and feet
  •   Muscle Weakness in the legs

If your doctor has diagnosed you with a pinched nerve or you suspect that you may have one call us today at McClelland Chiropractic for help.