When you are suffering from severe and debilitating nerve pain, there is nothing more frustrating than dealing with it on a regular basis. At Paramus Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation, our dedicated team has the knowledge and expertise to treat all varieties of neurological pain including nerve pain, sports injuries and carpal tunnel syndrome. We pride ourselves on providing you with personalized care which will help you get back to the level of activity and lifestyle that you desire without having to deal with your symptoms anymore.
We are confident that we can help you, and we are committed to providing a safe and effective focus on your care.
Nerve pain is a condition that affects the nerves in your body, mostly those from the spine. The most common symptom of nerve pain is tingling, numbness and burning in the hand. Nerve pain can also affect other parts of the body such as buttocks, legs and feet.
Nerve pain can be quite devastating to an individual. Diverse types of nerve pain can occur and can impact your life in many different ways. For example, intractable pain syndrome or migraine headaches are commonly afflicted by nerve pain. Nerve pain is defined as a persistent, throbbing sensation that originates from the brain and travels along nerves through the body. It can result from a wide range of disorders including:
The majority of nerve pain disorders respond well to treatment.
Nerve pain is a considerable reason for physical therapy . When the nerve is damaged or irritated due to the trauma, it produces symptoms in the body to avoid any further damage. This can be referred to as a symptom of nerve pain. In this condition, one needs to be able to get relief from such kinds of problems so that they feel comfortable and lead their lives as usual.
At Physical Therapy Paramus, we specialize in treating nerve pain. The cause of nerve injuries varies, but it is often related to physical trauma or compression. Treatment options may include manual therapy, physical therapy and exercise. Our physical therapist will evaluate the patient and create a treatment plan specifically designed for their type of pain. This treatment plan can be one designed for nerve pain specifically or an overall combination of exercises with manual therapy techniques. With these different options, varying levels of treatment effectiveness are achieved depending on your pain level.