Category Archives: Nerve Decompression/Neurolysis

Chronic Pain and Nerve Damage

The word “chronic” never has good connotations. From chronic sinus infections to a person who is chronically late, it’s not a word associated with good things. That’s very much the case with pain. If you suffer from chronic pain, there’s not much to smile about. Chronic pain is defined as pain that is ongoing and…Read More >>

  • Posted on: Feb 14 2021
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Taking the Pressure Off

Nerves need their space. To properly get the electrical signals through, the nerves need room. But in some places, such as our wrists and where nerves are exiting the spinal canal, things can get a little tight. Whether due to inflammation in a narrow passageway, such as the carpal tunnel, or due to a bulging…Read More >>

  • Posted on: Aug 15 2020
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Taking the Pressure Off a Nerve

We all have pressure in our lives. It could be that tyrannical boss at work. It could be the strain of trying to pay the bills. It could even be simply getting on the 405 every day into the sea of metal and glass. Or the pressure could be on a nerve in places such…Read More >>

  • Posted on: Oct 15 2019
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Nerve Damage | Los Angeles, CA

How to Avoid the Triggers of Nerve Pain

The purpose of our nerves and the messages they send to the brain is to prevent injury. That’s why when we begin to roll our ankle in a hole in the yard, and it threatens to break the ankle or tear the ligaments, your body sends a pain sensation to the brain that alerts you…Read More >>

  • Posted on: Nov 15 2018
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Nerve Decompression Los Angeles, CA

Taking Pressure Off A Nerve

Some of our nerves are protected by an outer myelin sheath. This sheath acts as an insulator, increasing the speed of nerve impulses to muscles and other destinations. Sometimes a nerve gets compressed by overly tight muscles, fascia, tendon, or bone. This compression causes pain or tingling in the area served by the nerve and…Read More >>

  • Posted on: Aug 15 2018
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