Body pain is never welcome. Irrespective of the kind of pain that one is going through, the discomfort is annoying and, at times, agonizing.
Though we may have experienced different kinds of pains like a muscular pain, a toothache, abdominal pain and the like, the pain caused by a pinched or herniated nerve is excruciating.
A pinched nerve can arise from undue pressure on the nerve. This can happen due to many reasons – a physical deformity, a slipped disc, a muscle rupture near the nerve or a suture or scar. Since our vertebral column is most susceptible to injury and dislocation, the probability of a nerve in the neck getting pinched is extremely high. The pain that a herniated or pinched nerve causes in the neck can actually leave you in a bed-ridden condition if proper care is not taken.
Which is why taking care of the vertebral column becomes extremely important. Bad posture, overuse of the vertebral column and age can add to the possibility of a pinched nerve. The four regions of the column – cervical, thoracic, lumbar and pelvic are a mixture of complex concave and convex curvatures and are equally liable to get abused.
The condition of sciatica pain and a pinched nerve in the neck are similar to a large extent since both are caused by a pinched nerve. The only difference is in the location of the nerve. While sciatica nerve pain occurs in the lower back and extends to the toes, pain from a pinched nerve remains in the upper half of the body.
Regular sciatic nerve treatment is almost always effective for relieving pain caused by a pinched or a herniated disc in the cervical region too. Conventional medication focuses on pain relief through pain killers and invasive treatment involving fusion surgery. Though these treatments provide comfort to the patient, they do not address the basic cause of the disease. The option of surgery has also been known to come with its own set of problems without the guarantee of complete cure.
Treatments like sciatica alternative remedies take more time to start showing significant results but aid in ensuring that the problem is uprooted from the roots. The treatment also has regimes that help in pain management.
One of the alternative treatments is exercise. For patients of cervical pain, aquatic and land exercises are specially designed with a focus on the neck and shoulders. Areas like the arm circles and shoulder rolls are paid special attention to since they help in maintaining different motion sections of the cervical spine.
Some of the other sciatica alternative remedies that have shown encouraging results and can be used for cervical disc problems as well are:
* Acupuncture – the ancient Chinese technique of inserting needles (very fine and sterile) at vital points to release blocked energy flows.
* Acupressure – another ancient Chinese technique of applying mild to medium pressure at specific points to allow self-healing.
* Chiropractic treatment – a treatment that focuses on manual manipulations of bones to put them back to their original setting removing the pressure from the nerve.
* Heat and cold therapies – a treatment that is based on the principle that heat improves circulation and cold reduces inflammations.
* – an Indian therapy that has a holistic approach and aims at improving overall mental and physical health.
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