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Symptoms of a herniated cervical disc?

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Dr. Christopher Kager
Neurosurgery
1 doctor agrees

In brief: Symptoms

Typically pain in neck or radiating down arm, numbness in arm, potentially weakness in arm/hand.
Treatment options include: medication, therapy, steroid injections, surgery.

In brief: Symptoms

Typically pain in neck or radiating down arm, numbness in arm, potentially weakness in arm/hand.
Treatment options include: medication, therapy, steroid injections, surgery.
Dr. Christopher Kager
Dr. Christopher Kager
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Dr. Robert Masson
Neurosurgery
1 doctor agrees

In brief: Arm nerve symptoms

Pain, numbness, tingling, potentially weakness down the arm, particularly associated with head position and shoulder blade pain is suggestive.
Needs evaluation and MRI of neck to diagnose.

In brief: Arm nerve symptoms

Pain, numbness, tingling, potentially weakness down the arm, particularly associated with head position and shoulder blade pain is suggestive.
Needs evaluation and MRI of neck to diagnose.
Dr. Robert Masson
Dr. Robert Masson
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Dr. Dan Fisher
Internal Medicine

In brief: Pain

Pain in the back and, if a nerve is compressed as the result of the herniation , there can be pain, numbness and weakness in the area supplied by the nerve.

In brief: Pain

Pain in the back and, if a nerve is compressed as the result of the herniation , there can be pain, numbness and weakness in the area supplied by the nerve.
Dr. Dan Fisher
Dr. Dan Fisher
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