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What are the symptoms of a pinched nerve?

Please tell me if the following symptoms stem from a pinched nerve...

Pain in the lower cervical region around the base of the neck, and pain just behind right shoulder. Radiating pain, tingling and numbness down RIGHT ARM and tingling and numbness most prominent in the middle finger. Also, muscle cramping down arm. THANKS!!!
Mon, 14 Apr 2014
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Spine Surgeon 's  Response
Hi,
Radiating pain, tingling and numbness in the arm signifies that your cervical nerve root compress in the cervical spine reasons-
Disc prolapse
arthritis of the facet joints
canal stenosis.
all this mostly results from degenerative process.
90% mild to moderate cases symptoms resolve in 6-8 weeks with physiotherapy.
thanks.
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What are the symptoms of a pinched nerve?

Hi, Radiating pain, tingling and numbness in the arm signifies that your cervical nerve root compress in the cervical spine reasons- Disc prolapse arthritis of the facet joints canal stenosis. all this mostly results from degenerative process. 90% mild to moderate cases symptoms resolve in 6-8 weeks with physiotherapy. thanks.