The Effects Of Physiotherapy In Patients With Pinched Nerves?
Good afternoon, I am 26 years old. Actually, I have been suffering from nerve problems in my neck for 2 years. But just discovered a few months ago, I have undergone therapy five times. Scheduled I have therapy 8 times. But why, after every therapy, I get dizzy and sleepy. Dizziness on the left. Because the nerves are pinched to the left too. And does burning a pinched nerve cause swelling? And what is the effect of the nerve being pinched in the neck besides making the hand feel weak and weak?
Hello, thanks for the question.
Pinched nerve or cervical radiculopathy is a condition where there is damage to nerve roots around the neck area. Complaints experienced can be in the form of pain that radiates to the arms, neck, chest, and shoulders, numbness, tingling, headaches, and so forth. The reason could be due to repetitive movements, too often hold the body in a certain position for too long, injury, and so forth. If the pinched nerve is caused by inflammation, it can cause signs of inflammation, such as swelling, pain, warm palpation, and redness. Handling can be in the form of drugs and physiotherapy. Physiotherapy is intended to stretch and relax muscles so as to reduce pain and restore physical function to normal again. After physiotherapy, usually the pain will decrease slowly, the muscles will relax so that it can cause drowsiness. Dizziness can also occur after physiotherapy, but this is nothing to worry about, except if dizziness is felt continuously, to interfere with activities, nausea, vomiting, and can not open the eyes, then it needs treatment from a doctor so it should be consulted to a doctor to get treatment right. The doctor will conduct a thorough examination and additional examinations if needed. We recommend that you continue to do a healthy lifestyle, consumption of drugs prescribed by doctors regularly, do regular physiotherapy, regular control to the doctor according to the recommended schedule or if there are clinical complaints that are felt to be disturbing.
Thus, hopefully it helps.