Nerve Injury


Nerves carry messages to and from the brain to allow you to move and feel. Nerve injuries range from compression of the nerve (such as carpal tunnel syndrome) to a complete laceration or cut of the nerve and its surrounding sheath. Damage to a nerve can affect your ability to use your muscles and your ability to feel (sensation). Nerves that are compressed or stretched may respond to conservative treatment. If a nerve is completely cut, surgery will be necessary to restore function. (See Nerve Repair.)

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