What are ways to alleviate stiff neck and right arm pain?

Many ways. Problems like these can only be correctly handled by your doctor in person. He/she needs to listen to you, perform an examination and possibly run labs or other tests. That's the only way he/she can find out what's going on and what to do about it. Stretching and physical therapy will most likely be prescribed.

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Sudden, severe sharp pain, spasms in my entire right arm. Pain began in neck, then traveled down shoulder, down to wrist. Arm pulsates with pain. Help?

Sounds like. Nerve irritation or injury that could be coming from your neck seem a very likely explanation for these symptoms. Assessing if neck position change the symptoms might help. A good neurological history and competent examination should sort this out. The pulsating might also suggest a vascular contribution though that can be a pain associated with nerve compression as well. Read more...
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I am a 36 year old trainee doctor. I suffer from neck pain, right arm pain with pins and needles and vertigo. All my tests are normal. What should I do?

All tests normal. Tests still do not substitute for a complete history. If you have headaches occasionally or always with the vertigo and symptoms of flashing lights or visual changes before the headache and either light or sound bothering you during the headache - you may have migraine. If your vertigo worsens with rotating your head - possibly positional vertigo. Pain in arm could be herniated disk. Read more...
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