Many people suffer with neck pain and pinched nerve. There are multiple nerves that originate in the neck and travel down into the arm and hand. The nerve can become entrapped at any level from the neck, shoulder, elbow or wrist. This condition is called cervical radiculopathy, affecting either the ulnar, radial or median nerves. There is a simple type of stretching that can help release the entrapped nerve.
Our top rated chiropractor in Freehold NJ put this short video together to demonstrate how to do cervical flossing:
Try these simple neck stretches out and see if they help with your neck pain and pinched nerve. I recommend doing them at least one time per day. The more consistent you are doing them, the better the results.
It’s important to note if you experience pain or makes the problem worse to stop. Make sure to give us a call at 732-780-0044 or schedule online at our website: www.chiropractorfreehold.com If you are not a patient of ours and live too far, get further evaluated by your doctor.
If you find these stretches helpful, make sure to share with other people. Dr. Russell Brokstein has put together a series of stretching to help back pain, neck pain, shoulders and therapeutic exercises to help build core strength. If you would like to see videos of all these others, click: Full Body Spinal Hygiene Stretching.