Shoulder, arm and hand pain may arise from problems in the neck, shoulder, arm or hand. Most commonly this type of pain is secondary to a disk pinching a nerve in the neck (cervical radiculopathy) or thickened ligament pinching the median nerve in the hand (carpal tunnel syndrome), but there are many possibilities for neck and arm pain.
Many people benefit from physical therapy and anti-inflammatories for neck pain and hand brace for carpal tunnel syndrome. People who fail to improve may benefit from steroid injections and/or surgery. For more information on treatment options please click Read More or contact Executive Spine Surgery. Good Luck!