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Nerve Root Compression

Nerve root compression can be a result of disease or injury. Any compromise of the nerve space in the spinal column can lead to compression of the nerve endings. Regardless of the cause, the result is usually the same--pain. Pain is sent from the source through the spinal cord nerves to the brain, where pain is interpreted. Before resolution can be obtained, it is crucial to determine the specific location in the spine where the compression exists.

If the nerve root pain is acute at the onset, it is usually a result from an accident or trauma to the spinal column. Common causes are automobile accidents and falls. If the pain begins intermittently and progressively becomes worse, it may be disease related, the result of degenerative disc disease or arthritis. Regardless of the origin, successful treatment options are available.

Getting Treatment for Nerve Root Compression
One of the doctors at The Bonati Institute can review your recent MRI film to determine the best possible treatment for your condition--at no charge to you. Once a course of action is determined, you'll be given the opportunity to thoroughly discuss your questions with the highly qualified staff of The Bonati Institute.

At The Bonati Institute, the emphasis is to resolve the nerve root pain at its source with minimal trauma for the patient.

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