Back & Neck Pain

Back & Neck Pain

Depending on the reason, neck pain might continue for days or years. Osteoarthritis, spinal stenosis, ruptured discs, pinched nerves, physical and mental stress, bad posture, tumours, and other medical problems are examples of common causes.

Heavy lifting or other forms of incorrect use, such as overuse or vigorous activity. fractures, trauma, or injury. Vertebral degeneration is frequently brought on by ageing, stress on the muscles and ligaments supporting your spine, or both. Infection. abnormal development, as a bone spur or tumour.

Consult a doctor if your neck pain is severe, radiates into your shoulder or arm, or is accompanied by numbness or a lack of strength in your arms or hands.

Neck discomfort symptoms can include:

Rigid neck People who experience neck pain frequently say that their neck feels “tight” or “stuck.” A reduced range of motion can occasionally be brought on by neck pain.
An acute pain Sharp or “stabbing” pain that is restricted to one region may be the sensation of neck pain.
Moving causes pain. Moving, twisting, or extending your cervical spine from side to side or up and down frequently makes neck pain worse.
radiating numbness or agony. Your head, trunk, shoulder, and arms could get affected by your neck ache. You can have tingling, numbness, or weakness in one or both of your arms or hands if a nerve is being compressed by your neck ache. A pinched nerve in the neck can cause neck pain that feels searing or acute.


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