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What is Cervical Radiculopathy

Cervical radiculopathy refers to a condition where one of the nerve roots in the neck is compressed or irritated, leading to pain, numbness, and weakness in the neck, shoulder, arm, or hand. The pain is often described as shooting or radiating and can be accompanied by other symptoms of cervical radiculopathy such as tingling, burning, or a decreased range of motion. This condition is usually caused by a herniated disc, arthritis, spinal stenosis, or a neck injury. A good Cervical radiculopathy home treatment usually includes physical therapy, pain management, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), and in severe cases, surgery. Consulting a doctor is recommended for an accurate diagnosis and appropriate cure for pinched nerve in neck plan. The Cervical Device is designed for the neck or cervical region of the spine. This is the best cervical neck traction and decompression device used to bring back the range of motion

Cervical Radiculopathy Common Causes

Cervical Spinal Stenosis

This disease is caused by a spinal canal narrowing and pinching the spinal cord. Indications of cervical spinal stenosis include problems walking or keeping a sense of balance, numbness or tingling in the hand or arm, and neck pain.

Cervical Degenerative Disc Disease

This occurs when a degenerated disc loses its natural fluid and shrinks or develops cracks/splits in its outer disc layer resulting from dehydration. Disc degeneration may result in a restriction of neck motion, along with some pain and weakness in the arms and hands. Degenerative disc disease may be caused by various issues, including trauma, overuse, or the natural again process

Cervical Herniated Disc

Also called a disc bulge, a cervical herniated disc occurs when the inside of a disc squeezes out of a tear or a crack in the disc's outer ring. This can cause cervical radiculopathy by compressing the nerve root. People suffering from a herniated disc may experience pain, numbness, or weakness in the neck, shoulders, or arms.

Using the Non-Surgical Cervical Radiculopathy Device

Thankfully, the non-surgical cervical radiculopathy treatment option is available that is an easy and effective way to treat a pinched nerve in the neck. Just follow this simple 4-step process.

  • Apply Jelly generously to the area
  • Bend your head forward and place the Device on the back of your neck.
  • Slide the Device in circular motions over the back and sides of your neck.
  • Continue this circular sliding motion for 15 minutes to ease your cervical radiculopathy. Add more Jelly as needed to maintain a smooth glide.

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Frequently Asked Question

Cervical radiculopathy is oftentimes referred to as a pinched or irritated nerve. It’s located in the neck area and can cause pain, numbness, or weakness that radiates into the chest or arms.

Try taking it easy. If you suffer from cervical disc disease and experience increased neck pain, it’s important to temporarily avoid or cut back on intense activities. While resting, try to find a comfortable position that causes you the least amount of neck pain. You can also try applying heat or cold packs to the area. Stretching can also help; however, stop immediately if you start to experience significant discomfort while stretching.

Yes. In rare cases, the numbness and/or weakness associated with cervical radiculopathy may worsen regardless of treatment. The longer that numbness and/or weakness lasts in the shoulder, arm, or hand, the more likely it is that it becomes permanent or potentially leads to paralysis.