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Neurological & Nerve Pain Clifton

Nerve Pain Physical Therapy in Clifton, New Jersey

At CliftonPT&Rehab, we offer non surgical options for effectively and safely managing your neurological nerve pain treatment nj. You will be given a customized treatment plan which will aim to get you back to the level of activity and the lifestyle that you are accustomed to without having to deal with your pain. Physical Therapy Nerve Pain will show you how to become pain free!

We specialize in treating nerve related conditions such as sciatica, carpal tunnel syndrome, trigeminal neuralgia, postherpetic neuralgia and more. Contact us today for an appointment or consultation!

If so, it is important to get an evaluation from one of our physical therapists. We will work with you to determine the cause and provide treatment that will help alleviate your symptoms.


Nerve pain can be debilitating and cause a number of different symptoms. You may feel numbness, sharp, burning sensations radiating into muscles or joints; you might even have difficulty urinating if the pain is bad enough. Get medical advice right away so that your doctor can find out what's wrong with you as soon as possible!


Nerve pain can be due to a functional or structural disorder; for example muscle spasms, vertebral misalignment, muscle weakness. Other causes include but are not limited to:

Nervous system disorders are often the cause of nerve pain and CliftonPT&Rehab is here with their team of qualified doctors who will assess your condition during an initial examination in order to find out what's causing it so you have some relief soon.

  • A structural pathology like a disc prolapse, protrusion or herniation
  • Degenerative changes such as stenosis
  • Inflammation of a nerve
  • Developmental dysfunctions
  • Developmental imbalance with muscles
  • Muscular strains
  • Ligamentous sprains
  • Poor motor control in the thoracic and lumbar spine
  • Lack of function and strength with core stability
  • Sacroiliac joint dysfunction
  • Lumbar pelvic / hip dysfunction
  • Disk Bulge / Protrusion
  • Not deep breathing system activation or function
  • Trauma
  • Stress
  • Ligamentous sprains
  • Poor motor engram functionality
  • Poor posture
  • Poor foot stability and balance

Most nerve pain disorders resolve with good management.


The doctor will begin with a comprehensive examination which will address the onset, cause, duration, severity, vectors. The type of exam conducted depends on what symptoms are present and how long they have been occurring for. At this point the cause of your nerve pain is determined; however an MRI test may also be very accurate in determining stage or extent if needed to control lesions that require surgery or relieve pressure from other parts of the body due to inflammation associated with some diseases like arthritis.

Our Physical Therapy near Clifton center provides you relief as soon as possible through our thorough examinations and treatments using modern technology including ultrasound imaging (sonography), electrodiagnostics EMG / NCV tests combined together onto the same computer screen making it easier for today's.


  • Nerve Impingement / Entrapment (Radiculopathy)
  • Degenerative Disc Disease
  • Piriformis Syndrome
  • Sciatica
  • Disk Herniation / Protrusion / Bulge
  • Lumbar Stenosis

Comprehensive Nerve Pain Treatment in New Jersey

The staff at Physical Therapy near Clifton are experts in treating nerve pain. Utilizing our extensive experience, we create an individual treatment plan for each patient based on their own functional evaluation and the type of symptoms they're experiencing. Treatment options will vary depending on the stage your condition is currently within but typically involve manual therapy to reduce load pressure put onto nerves as well as physical therapy exercises meant to help decrease inflammation caused by a triggering event such as surgery or injury. Feel free to contact us with any questions whether it's about what treatments would work best for you or if there are alternative methods that might be appropriate instead!