What's the best treatment to get rid of arm pain?

Depends. First find the cause, then worry about getting rid of, many causes, some are serious.
See a doctor. Arm pain is a symptom, not a diagnosis. It should be evaluated by a physician.

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It is 3 months post accident and my head, neck and back injuries are still almost as bad as right after accident and now I am having shoulder and arm pain as well, what should I tell my doctors to get the best treatment? My back has not been treated at al

MRI. Assuming that you have had mri. If you haven't you should consider pushing for one. If it was normal, nerves may have been stretched. If that was the case it may take 3-6 months to get better. Read more...
You need spine eval. You need a formal neck and low back evaluation, including mri's by a spine specialist, particularly given the complexity of insurance issues long term. A diagnosis is important for medical and insurance reasons. Read more...

I have horner 's syndrome right arm pain I have had no treatment I am very afraid should I be worried?

Horner's syndrome. Needs explanation. It can be caused by a lung cancer which has also involved the nerves to your arm (if the affected eye is on the same side as your arm pain). Please see a neurologist very soon. Read more...
Concerned. The fact that you presented with horner's syndrome with right arm pain means it probably is a second-order neuron lesion. This type of horner's syndrome can be from something minor like a cervical rib to something serious like a pancoast tumor, tooth abscess, or neuroblastoma. How were you diagnosed? Ct chest done? Chest x-ray? How long have you had it? Need more data. Read more...

Neck bac. And arm pain after doing 100 pushups. Had 1chiropractic treatment. Next day ccan'trrais. Left arm?

Probably muscular. "Can't raise your arm because of pain in muscles or weakness --if weakness, you need to see your physician....if you still cannot raise your arm when pain subsides again, should see your doctor. Read more...

Have been having upper-mid back pain with right arm pain, xray showed mild scoliosis and mild spondylosis. I'm 29 f, what does this mean? Treatment?

Follow up . From a radiologist point of view, mild degenerative changes (spondylosis) and mild scoliosis are not necessarily uncommon or significant even at the age of 29, depending on the degree of "mild." assuming the arm pain is neuropathic, my guess is that it's due to a disc bulge or herniation which at your age usually heals but needs MRI to diagnose. Make sure you follow up with your referring doctor! Read more...
Nerve irritation,MRI. Arm pain with scoliosis and upper back pain suggests a bulging disc in the lower cervical spine. If the arm pain is significant, an MRI scan will help resolve the problem. If the disc is bulging or degenerate, physical therapy and an exercise program along with anti-inflammatory medications such as Motrin or alleve should be first step. Spondylosis means degeneration of the discs in spine. Read more...

What's the best treatment to get rid of arm redness?

Arm redness. The best treatment depends on the best diagnosis. You could have a sunburn, a rash or something else. You should see a doctor to get diagnosed. Read more...

What's the best treatment to get rid of arm swelling?

Arm swelling. The simple answer is to maintain your arm elevated as much as possible. For this you have to lie down or prop it up while sitting. The more important issue, of course, is to determine what is causing the swelling and to treat the cause directly. Potential causes include accidents, bruises, infection, blood clots, tumors, and nerve conditions. Read more...