Can a pinched nerve cause chest pain?

Answer According to the Mayo Clinic, a pinched nerve is one of the many noncardiac conditions that can cause chest pain.SourceMayo Clinc Chest Pain

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Can a pinched nerve cause pain in back and front?

Pinched nerves in the back activate the muscles around them to tighten them up to trap the nerve and muscles into that pain. Tight muscles in your back can press into the nerves going around your ... Read More »


yes, nerve interference is often responsible for circulatory problems to the brain which can cause dizziness. see an hio method chiropractor. just heard from a young adult with a history of vision ... Read More »

Can arthritis cause a pinched nerve?

The inflammation that often comes with arthritis can put pressure on nerves.

Is pain & numbness from a pinched nerve a sign that injury is more severe than just same intensity pain alone?

I don't know where your injury is, but, for instance if you have a pain down the back of your leg, you could have sciatica, where a nerve in your lower back is being pinched. That is the pain and t... Read More »