Chiropractors and their office personnel are essential workers in the state of Maryland. We have made the decision to remain open and to continue to serve the Baltimore Metropolitan community during this unprecedented time. As such we have modified our treatment and appointments to best serve you during the Covid-19 crisis.
We have enacted enhanced safety standards to help mitigate the risk of exposure in one of our clinics. These include: limiting number of patients in our waiting room, asking screening questions about travel to impacted Covid-19 hot zones, utilizing appropriate PPE including masks and gloves, following CDC guidelines on hand washing and social distancing, and disinfecting all treatment areas both before and after patient interaction.
We also have the capability for telehealth evaluations for follow up visits for existing patients.
If you would like to discuss if receiving care is appropriate for you at this time, please contact the Office Manager Karen Aguirre at (443) 447-2000, or email her at
To schedule an appointment, please dial (443) 842-5500. We look forward to taking care of you.

Back Nerve Impingement Doctor Baltimore, MD

Back Nerve Impingement Doctor Baltimore, MD

Back Nerve Impingement Doctor Baltimore, MDOur back nerve impingement doctor Baltimore, MD residents rely on from Mid-Atlantic Spinal Rehab & Chiropractic understands that if you are suffering from back pain because of a pinched nerve, you may be in serious pain. We offer many different forms of treatment and want you to feel free to call and speak with our back pain doctor Baltimore, MD residents trust. When you have a pinched nerve, it could interrupt your usual routine and cause you such severe pain that you are unable to perform routine daily tasks. Our chiropractors have helped many people in your shoes and we can help you with your pinched nerves as well. Read on for more information on the types of treatments our Baltimore, Maryland back nerve impingement doctor offers. 

I had no idea a pinched nerve was causing my back pain. What does that mean?

Back nerve impingement, also known as a “pinched nerve,” is exactly what it sounds like. Typically because of a sudden injury, something in your back becomes displaced, whether it is a muscle, tendon, bone, or tissue. When this happens, it presses or “pinches” the nerve. This can very quickly become painful. 

How do people get pinched nerves?

Our Baltimore back nerve impingement doctor has seen people get pinched nerves from many different accidents. Especially if you were in a car accident, a slip and fall accident, or if you were lifting and moving something heavy, it is possible that you got a herniated disc. This is a common cause of pinched nerves. Some of the most common symptoms are:

  • Numbness
  • Tingling
  • Muscle weakness in the area of the body that the nerve serves
  • Feeling like a part of your body keeps falling asleep
What kinds of things increase my chance of getting a pinched nerve? 

We have seen many things cause a pinched nerve. Our back nerve impingement doctor in Baltimore, Maryland knows that people who are older, obese, and have poor posture are at a higher risk for pinched nerves. 

I was in a car accident. Can this cause pinched nerves?

Absolutely. In fact, one of the most common complaints after a car accident is whiplash. Because the sudden and forceful movement caused your neck to snap backward and forward, it is possible that it will damage more than just your nerves, including your ligaments, bones, and muscles. 

If you would like to see how the back nerve impingement doctor Baltimore, Maryland residents trust from Mid-Atlantic Spinal Rehab & Chiropractic can help you, please contact us now!