Nerve pain physical therapy can help alleviate neuropathic pain, a type of pain caused by damage or injury to the nerves. This can result in a range of symptoms, including tingling, numbness, burning, and shooting pains. Nerve pain can be a result of a variety of conditions such as:
- Herniated discs
- Sciatic pain
- Carpal tunnel syndrome
- Nerve impingement
How Physical Therapy Can Help
To this end, physical therapy can be a highly effective way to manage nerve pain. Our physical therapists will work with you to develop an individualized treatment plan tailored to your specific needs. Treatment may include stretches and exercises to increase flexibility and strengthen muscles, as well as manual therapy to reduce inflammation and improve circulation. Additionally, nerve mobilization techniques are also used to help decrease pain and restore normal nerve function.
These techniques reduce pain, improve movement, and prevent future injury.
Benefits of Nerve Pain Physical Therapy
- Alleviate pain. Physical therapy can help alleviate nerve pain by reducing inflammation, increasing blood flow, and promoting healing.
- Improve mobility. Nerve pain can restrict movement and make it difficult to perform daily activities. Physical therapy can also help improve mobility and range of motion, making it easier to perform daily tasks.
- Functional Improvement. Tailored exercises and techniques enhance nerve function, restoring mobility and functionality.
- Prevent future injury. By addressing the root cause of your nerve pain, physical therapy can also help prevent future injury and reoccurrence of your symptoms.
Why Choose Dr. Megan Mullin Physical Therapy?
At our clinic, we provide patients with the highest quality of care. Our team of experienced physical therapists will help you achieve your goals and overcome your nerve pain. We will work with you every step of the way to ensure that you receive the personalized care and attention that you deserve. Contact us today!