Displaying Posts from: 2017

When Life Shouldn’t Be A Pain In The Neck

February 13, 2017 | Pain Management, Surgery
When Life Shouldn’t Be A Pain In The Neck

Are you feeling pain or weakness under your shoulder blade that radiates out to your arm, forearm, and hand? Sometimes the pain is intermittent, other times it may come on suddenly. Some patients report feeling a tingling sensation, and others also have difficulty doing day-to-day tasks like opening jars, writing, getting dressed, or lifting heavy objects. With unexplained pain, it can sometimes be difficult to realize that the source of it may be found in your neck and could be a condition called cervical radiculopathy.

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Could It Be Carpal Tunnel?

January 30, 2017 | Pain Management
Could It Be Carpal Tunnel?

Have you been experiencing numbness or tingling in your hand? You might describe it as a swollen feeling, electrical buzzing sensation or you may have difficulty performing certain tasks. You may begin dropping objects, have grip weakness, night pain, or numbness while holding a phone or driving. There’s a chance that you can be suffering from carpal tunnel syndrome.

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This is Getting on My Nerves!

January 9, 2017 | Pain Management
This is Getting on My Nerves!

Do you ever have tingling in your hand or arm? We have all experienced this on occasion, waking up with your arm or hand “asleep.” But if you are experiencing tingling on a chronic or regular basis—it could be a nerve issue.

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