Causes of Nerve Entrapments

....that limit the nerve's ability to glide and slide with movement


  • Radiation
  • Tendonitis
  • Bursitis
  • Contusion
  • Repetitive Compression
  • Straining/Stretching
  • Overuse
  • Surgery

A common cause of recurrent pain is due to a nerve that has lost the ability to glide and slide to accomodate movement in the musculoskeletal system. Movement such as the golf swing.

Repetitive pulling and compressing of this nerve causes pain and inflammation. Treatment focused on recurrent tendonitis, chronic tight hamstrings or IT band, plantar fasciitis, epicondylitis, carpal tunnel syndrome or arthritis is not successful when the potential neural component to the pain is ignored.

CHC Physical Therapy first tests for movement in the nervous system before treating the musculoskeletal systems.


The Results...Amazing Outcomes!


The Results...Amazing Outcomes!

"I thought I was going to get a hip replacement. The orthopedic surgeon said I had arthritis. You alleviated the pain that I had! You guys are the best!"

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