Relieve Pain From a Pinched Nerve

Often, a pinched nerve will resolve on its own, but in some cases, medical evaluation and treatment is needed.

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If you experience a sharp, burning pain on one side of your neck or upper back or in your lower back and leg, it may be caused by a pinched

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