Cervical nerve compression/ impingement suspected.
Thanks for posting your query on HealthcareMagic.
The history posted by you is suggestive of cervical spondylitis
wherein there is some change in position of the cervical vertebrae
with respect to each other.
Cervical spondylitis can lead to pain and tingling sensation
radiating down to the arms.
These symptoms are due to impingement of the cervical nerves
Hot flushes also are probably due to compression or impingement of the cervical nerve.
However, further investigations are required to confirm.
A MRI of the cervical spine
will help to ascertain the site of impingement if present.
Further management can be planned after the investigations.
Consult an orthopedician for further work up.
If you have more queries, I will be glad to answer.
Dr Shailja P Wahal