A radiculopathy refers to a pinched or damaged nerve root. Common causes of this condition include, but are not limited to, a disc herniation, stenosis, bone spurs, and more. In general, radiculopathy most often occurs due to a narrowing of the space where the nerve roots exist. The associated symptoms vary according to the location and frequency of the pain, but may include: weakness or sharp pain in the extremities that worsens with physical activity, or numbness in the arms or legs. To see a comprehensive list of the treatments we offer at the Revitalize Medical Center, please refer to our “Services” section of the website.