Q I suffered from pain in my hip and back for about 12 months. Then my back suddenly stiffened completely while I was out running and I had to stop. It has been variously diagnosed as a slipped disc and a trapped L4 nerve, but after treatment
by, among other things, an old injury, your running style, protection for a nerve that is trapped or compensation for an immobile joint. If a physiotherapist can establish one of the above as the cause of your scoliosis, the chances of your
of those people with naturally poor circulation so extremities such as your feet can suffer.Parasthesia can also be caused by a trapped or restricted nerve in the foot. In turn this might be connected to a minor biomechanical imbalance in the foot
but paralysed. More commonly, though, nerves can become trapped or bruised, which causes pain, numbness or weakness. Although full recovery will occur if the pressure on the nerve is relieved, at one millimetre per day, it may take several weeks!
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