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Throbbing pain in temple, shoulder and neck pain, pinched cervical nerve. Help?

I have throbbing pain on my left temple which seems to radiate from the side of the neck. I had this for a long time. But for the last couple of months I didnot have any pain. It started again last week. I have pinched cervical nerve as determined by my neurologist ( radiculopathy ). I noticed my left shoulder and neck hurts when I walk on elevated road. My ophthalmologist also found my eye pressure high. I know it is complicated. My question to you- is it due to the pinched cervical nerve(s)? Thank in advance for a reasonal answer/suggestion.
Asked On : Fri, 15 Mar 2013
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This might be due to both.
Same pain can be there with cervical spondilitis and high pressure in the eyes i.e. Glaucoma.
Go for treatment for Glaucoma.
Go for physiotherapy for cervical spondilitis.
Ok and take care.
Answered: Fri, 2 Aug 2013
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