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CAN A PINCHED NERVE CAUSE TREMOR AND SHAKINESS IN APERSON

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CAN A PINCHED NERVE CAUSE TREMOR AND SHAKINESS IN APERSON LEG WEAKNESS ETC?
Submitted: 6 years ago.
Category: Neurology
Expert:  DrBrain replied 6 years ago.
Dr. Amit M. Shelat : Yes. A pinched nerve that has been present for sometime can lead a person to develop muscle weakness. The weakness can lead to a tremor and shakiness when trying to use the extremity.
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