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 nerve entrapments

The brain and spinal cord receive and send information through muscles and sensory receptors. The information sent to organs is transmitted through nerves. The nerves travel to the upper and lower extremities and traverse the various joints along their paths. Nerve entrapment is a medical syndrome that develops when nervesbecome restricted, compressed or entrapped as a result of chronic injury or repeated and stressful trauma.It usually develops in various areas of the extremities, but it can also occur in the spine and pelvic muscles.

The most common nerve entrapments are carpal tunnel and sciatica.





Loss of nerve function



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