THE CERVICAL DISC HERNIATION PAIN?

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 THE CERVICAL DISC HERNIATION PAIN?

How is the cervical disc herniation pain? I have cervical disc herniation, but I have no pain in my neck. I have cervical disc herniation, but I have arm pain instead of neck pain. These are frequently asked questions from you. The location of cervical disc herniation pain varies depending on level of spinal cord affected or compression of spinal nerves leading to the shoulder and arms. If the spinal nerve is under compression, the pain is felt in place where the nerve stimulate. Neck pain is rarely seen in the patients with cervical disc herniation. For example, if hernia compress the spinal nerve leading to right arm, the cervical disc herniation pain spreads to the right arm. If the hernia in the neck compress the spinal cord, the pain is felt in both two arms. The cervical disc herniation pain can also be felt on the back, or on the chest front wall. Sometimes it is even mixed with heart attack pain. The cervical disc herniation pain spreading to the shoulder is sometimes considered as a pain caused by shoulder problems. Because the patients do not know that they have cervical disc herniation, they apply to orthopedic specialists for shoulder pain.

 

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