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Back pain, shoulder pain, wrist pain, arm numbness. What can be done?

hi i m having general problems with back/ waist and trying to workout ligthtly the last month in hope to be helpful.but sometimes i have a pinch in my right soulder and my hand from the wrist and down is swalen when iwake up.sometimes is my hole arm numb when i wake up .could you tell me what could i do?the doctor i used to go back in greece told me that i had tenis elbow 2 years ago whwn i visited him.
Asked On : Tue, 12 Feb 2013
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Hi Dear,
Welcome to the platform of Health Care Magic.
Dear friend, as you have described about the numbness of whole limb. I sense, your are also suffering with some milder form of brachial plexus irritation could be cervical spondylitis), You require a X ray of cervical region to exclude this common problem.
This can well taken care by orthopedic surgeon and a physiotherapist.
Hope your query is answered,
Answered: Tue, 25 Jun 2013
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