Cervical disc degeneration is one of the most common causes of neck pain. Several symptoms may indicate the presence of degenerative conditions in the cervical spine. These symptoms include neck and/or pain, pain around the shoulder blades, arm numbness or weakness. Several procedures to relieve pain and improve patient conditions available depending on patient condition. We use the newest technology available for best patient outcomes.
Cervical radicular pain (cervical radiculopathy) is a pathological process originating from the spinal nerve roots and is a commonly seen condition across many patient populations. It typically presents with neck pain and radicular pain radiating to the shoulder and arms and is often unilateral. The most common causes of cervical radiculopathy are cervical disc herniation and foraminal impingement as a result of the decreased disc height or degenerative changes of the cervical joints. If you have this, please don't hesitate to contact us to know more about what best options available to you to prevent further worsening of your symptoms and provide you with relief.