What does it mean to have a radicular pain?

Radiculopathies. The term radiculopathy refers to a disease process that involves one or more of the spinal nerve roots. Typically there are 3 most common causes: a herniated disc, central spinal stenosis and lateral spinal stenosis. As a result of the initial insult or injury pain travels along the nerve root distribution in the body.
Spinal nerve pain. The nerves to your arms and legs connect to the spinal cord. When one is irritated (for example by a disk rupture), the person may experience pain, numbness, tingling and/or weakness in the part of the body connected to that particular nerve.
Radiating pain. Refered pain in a pattern known to be associated with a nerve root pinch neck /arms , back/legs.