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I don't know what to do with my constant neck pain. My neck symptoms are numbness burning and tingling. What could it be? Please help me thanks

I don't know what to do with my constant neck pain. My neck symptoms are numbness burning and tingling. What could it be? Please help me thanks

Time to see a MD: Dear chatty, given your symptoms, it is time for you to be appropriately evaluated preferably by a specialist (such as myself) in sports medicine, orthopaedics, neuro, etc.. When we hear numbness, tingling and burning, we know there are many possible causes including nerve impingement-whether it is due to a 'bulging disc' or foraminal stenosis, etc. You require a thorough examination and work up. ...Read more

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Dr. Bennett Machanic
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Tingling (Definition)

Tingling is a pins and needle like sensation anywhere on the body. May also be termed paresthesia. Can experience when elbow is bumped (funny bone), or even from frostbite. On its own, unlikely significant but may be part of nerve pathology from ...Read more


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What causes burning in front of neck?

What causes burning in front of neck?

Neck Pain: According to the U.S. National library of medicine and the national institutes of health, or nih, neck pain can arise from issues with the neck muscles, nerves, ligaments, vertebrae and spinal discs. Neck pain can emerge in any part of the neck, including the front of the neck. Front neck pain can be caused by certain medical conditions, throat infections and traumatic injury. ...Read more

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Was hit in driver's side rear in mva yesterday, slow speed. Woke up this a.M. With burning pain in front of neck only (4-5/10). Just a strain?

See family MD: Burning pain is a symptom of nerve irritation. You may need the neck work-up. You need to be seen and evaluated by a family physician so that it can be appropriately managed so that the acute pain is controlled and do not become chronic. ...Read more

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I'm having burning, tingling, crawling sensation extend from mid back to upper neck. What could it be?

I'm having burning, tingling, crawling sensation extend from mid back to upper neck. What could it be?

Shingles: Shingles can present with localized burning and tingling. Have your doctor map out the affected area and see if it corresponds to a dermatome. If so , shingles is possible even if there are no skin lesions. If your doctor does not suspect shingles, he/she may want to search for other causes. ...Read more

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Tingling and burning pain near neck and extends to pectorial muscels?

Could be: Could be lots of things; tingling and burning pain makes me think of a nerve issue but could be other things. Pain should always be evaluated. Symptoms like these deserve a full evaluation in person by your health care provider. ...Read more

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What causes burning numbness and tingling pain in the neck? When my neck is like that I can't handle it. Please help

What causes burning numbness and tingling pain in the neck?  When my neck is like that I can't handle it. Please help

Several items: If spinal cord is irritated by flexion or extension of neck, this can trigger electrical shock-like sensations due to posterior column of spinal cord reaction. May be seen with B-12 deficiency, Multiple sclerosis, cervical stenosis, etc., and needs to be assessed, as there could be risk to spinal cord integrity. Annoying symptoms, but a warning to heed from your body. ...Read more

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I am in p.T for my neck pain. I have numbness and tingling and burning in the neck when air gets on it. Is this a nerve thing and what can be done it?

I am in p.T for my neck pain. I have numbness and tingling and burning in the neck when air gets on it. Is this a nerve thing and what can be done it?

Yes: However, the fact that light touch or air causes burning pain to your face and neck that is odd. If it does not resolve with pt and exercise or gets worse, i would see a pain specialist to rule out anything else. This could be early signs of a rare pain disorder called complex regional pain sydrome or even shingles. However it could be just a herniated disk as well. ...Read more