Anatomy & Physiotherapy - Regions of neuropathic pain in the neck and upper limb  (Image by: cmej.org.za)

Anatomy & Physiotherapy - Regions of neuropathic pain in the neck and upper limb (Image by: cmej.org.za)

Pain of the rhomboid muscle is the pain, which is present in the upper back region just beneath the neck and between the upper shoulder blades. Know its causes, signs, symptoms, exercises, stretches and prevention.

Pain of the rhomboid muscle is the pain, which is present in the upper back region just beneath the neck and between the upper shoulder blades. Know its causes, signs, symptoms, exercises, stretches and prevention.

Radiculopathy refers to disease of the spinal nerve roots. This causes pain and feelings of numbness or weakness to radiate to the extremiti...

What's Causing This Burning Sensation?

Radiculopathy refers to disease of the spinal nerve roots. This causes pain and feelings of numbness or weakness to radiate to the extremiti...

A Pinched Nerve In The Neck Can Cause Symptoms Of Pain And Muscle Spasm Due To Arthritis Or Disc Problems.

A Pinched Nerve In The Neck Can Cause Symptoms Of Pain And Muscle Spasm Due To Arthritis Or Disc Problems.

Chronic pain sufferers have tendency to overdo it. Listen to your body. When the pain starts, slow down or stop. Accepting one's limits is critical.+

When You're in Pain You Have a Right to Do Less

Chronic pain sufferers have tendency to overdo it. Listen to your body. When the pain starts, slow down or stop. Accepting one's limits is critical.+

Severe neck pain that travels into your arm or hand and accompanied by numbness or tingling may mean a diagnosis of cervical radiculopathy.

Severe neck pain that travels into your arm or hand and accompanied by numbness or tingling may mean a diagnosis of cervical radiculopathy.

Expert Jennifer Jaff Explains How to Manage Chronic Pain in the Workplace #chronicpain #pain

Expert Advice on Managing Chronic Pain at Work

Expert Jennifer Jaff Explains How to Manage Chronic Pain in the Workplace #chronicpain #pain

Lupus? Spinal cord compression from herniated discs in neck with radiculopathy down both arms into hands, numbness, tingling, pain in hands and arms, herniated discs in low back, pain down backs of legs, pain mid back, fibromyalgia, abdominal pain, chest pain, leg pain from torn MCL, knee pain (fractured tibial plateau)

Lupus? Spinal cord compression from herniated discs in neck with radiculopathy down both arms into hands, numbness, tingling, pain in hands and arms, herniated discs in low back, pain down backs of legs, pain mid back, fibromyalgia, abdominal pain, chest pain, leg pain from torn MCL, knee pain (fractured tibial plateau)

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