I have an injury in the neck C3-6 from strain.
I am seeing a chiropractor and he has helped with some of the symptoms.
I was wondering how long does it take for the neck area to heal before
I should look into alternatives. Will my neck ever be as good as new.
Also what is a good home remedy to releive pinched nerves.
Thanks for your question. Your clinical scenario is a bit too vague to elicit
an educated input:
- How was the diagnosis of C3-6 injury done? That is almost the entire
cervical spine - did you sustain a HUGE neck injury?
- What are your current symptoms? Pain, numbness, tingling, arm/forearm/hand
weakness? How was the diagnosis of a "pinched nerve" obtained?
- How is your chiropractor helping you? Manipulation, massages?
Please post further information to this Forum so that we can be more helpful.
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