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What is Nerve Damage?

Description of the Disease

Nerve damage is a condition in which the nerves of the body are subjected to various types of influences that can lead to impairment or loss of nerve function.


  • Nerve damage can vary by type (nerve compression syndrome, nerve rupture, nerve stretching, etc.)
  • By mechanism (injury, compression, inflammation)


Symptoms of nerve damage may include numbness, weakness, loss of sensation, pain, and movement disorders.


Nerve damage can be caused by trauma, pressure, inflammation, infection, tumor, and other factors.


Various methods may be used to diagnose nerve damage, including neurological examination, electromyography, magnetic resonance imaging, and others.


Treatment of nerve damage may include physiotherapy, drug therapy, surgical intervention, and other methods, depending on the type and severity of the damage.


Prevention of nerve damage may include avoiding injuries and overloads, proper ergonomics, strengthening of muscles, and other measures.


Neurologist, neurosurgeon, orthopedic surgeon - specialists involved in the diagnosis and treatment of nerve damage.

Note: This material is provided for informational purposes only and is not medical advice.