A pinched nerve, also known as a radiculopathy, is the result of an impingement of a nerve at or near the nerve’s root (the point where the nerve branches off of the spinal cord and exits the spinal column.) Pinched nerves are not so much of a specific condition as they are a description of a situation in which one or more nerves are irritated or under tension. Symptoms including weakness, numbness, or difficulty controlling specific muscles are often referred to as stemming from a “pinched nerve.”

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