Nerve Injury: Nerves are fragile soft tissues that can be damaged by pressure, stretching, or cutting due to an injury or underlying condition. Injury to a nerve can interrupt signals from the brain to the rest of the human body, causing structures not to work properly and the loss of feeling in the injured region. The nervous system is in charge of many functions of the human body, from regulating breathing to controlling the muscles as well as sensing cold and heat. However, when damage from an injury or an underlying condition causes nerve injury, such as sciatica, an individual’s quality of life may be tremendously affected. Dr. Alex Jimenez explains various concepts through his collection of archives around the types of injuries and underlying conditions that can cause nerve complications as well as discuss the different types of treatments to ease nerve pain and restore the individual’s quality of life.
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