A trapped nerve occurs when there is too much pressure on a nerve, or the surrounding area. The central nervous system is protected by the spine, which ensures the body’s overall stability. A trapped nerve in the back, shoulder or neck is usually caused by a nerve that’s been damaged, usually because pressure has been placed on the nerve by the surrounding bones, cartilage, tendons or muscles.
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Everyone who suffers with sciatica has different stories to tell. Sciatica symptoms are felt in a variety of ways, and there is no one-size-fits-all approach to determine the best pain relief for sciatica. Sciatica pain stems from the sciatic nerve having been compressed, or the nerve’s surroundings having become inflamed.