Is A Nerve Root Injury Causing My Pain?

Nerve Root Pain

Nerve root pain is often caused by a nerve injury or irritation resulting in pain, numbness, increased sensitivity or weakness of muscles and limbs. You will likely hear about nerve root injuries in association with a herniated or bulging disc, or bone changes due to conditions such as osteoarthritis, especially in the cervical and lumbar spine.

Nerve root disorders, which sometime cause radiculopathies, are often associated with acute or chronic pressure on a root in or adjacent to the spinal column.

We offer a variety of treatments that are intended to treat nerve root pain. Most interventional therapies we offer can help with this pain.

At Oklahoma Pain Management, our primary focus is to help you manage such pain. Our doctors understand pain like no other physician in the Oklahoma City area. You can expect to get fast appointments, a thorough examination, and a personalized treatment plan. Simply put – you get the care you deserve and the treatments you need.