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what is causing a painful burning sensation in the back and arms?

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Neurology 18 years experience
Pain in back and arm: If it's symmetrical, this could be related to impingement or compression of nerves in your cervical/upper thoracic spine regions. Consult with a neurologist who can help localize the source and recommend further tests.

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Last updated Jul 22, 2014

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