A 22-year-old female asked:
I have excruciating pain at the back of my neck. it's an 8/10 for pain. it's been off and on for a few days. it's a constant, pulsing pain that feels sore. and today my hand/arm is starting to become numb and my arm has spastic movements. advice?
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Neurology 50 years experience
See a Neurologist: You may need Further tests like MRI scan for the cervical region. Also may need electro-neuro - diagnostic tests to see the status of cervical roots and spinal cord and cervical discs. Once exact reason is found, treatment can be planned. You should get these rather urgently.
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Last updated Jul 22, 2017
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