Radiculopathy

Overview

Radiculopathy refers to a disease near the root of a nerve. Examples include a pinched nerve or swelling that compresses the nerve.

Symptoms

Symptoms include pain, weakness, and numbness or tingling.

Treatments

Treatment may include self-care, medication, physical therapy, and possibly surgery

Last Updated Jun 13, 2017


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