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Gulf Coast Spine Care Announce New Pinched Nerve Treatments
Date:8/22/2013

to the nerve, like bone fragments, disc matter, or scar tissue, then surgery may be required to remove the foreign matter and provide relief. Steroid injections may be used to ease pain over the long term and aid in healing. In some situations, surgery may be required to treat nerve pain that doesn't respond to other treatment methods.

Treat Pinched Nerves QuicklyPinched nerves will not typically resolve on their own. Over time, the inflammation will further compress the nerve and increase pain levels. Even if the inflammation fades with time, the pinched nerve is still a problem and can flare up again at any time. The small protective barrier that surrounds the nerve is worn away, and fluid will build up around the nerve. The fluid does not protect the nerve, and if left untreated its absence can lead to further problems with pressure, swelling, and scarring. Permanent disability or numbness can result if the pinched nerve is not treated. Treating the pinched nerve early protects the nerve from permanent damage.

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Gulf Coast Spine Care has more than 20 years of experience in treating a range of back problems, including pinched nerves. They offer honest evaluations and provide patients with several different treatment options. Board certified surgeons are up to date on the most recent treatment options and technologies. They are committed to helping people enjoy their lives without pain. They can be reached at 877-395-8353.

Media Contact: Marvy Gallegos, Gulf Coast Spine Care, 877-395-8353, mgallegos@gulfcoastspinecare.com

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