Radiating pain beyond forearm – Cervical radiculopathy
Intro: Cervical radiculopathy is a condition involving irritation of the nerve roots coming out of the cervical spine (neck).
Symptoms: Numbness, tingling, and/or sharp burning pain radiating down either arm. There may be associated weakness as well.
Treatment: Warm compress, physical therapy, and medication. If unresolved, an epidural steroid injection or even surgery may be occasionally needed to treat this condition. It is advised to seek medical attention for evaluation of this condition as soon as possible.
The posture brace is a device that can be worn temporarily to help assist with upper back posture.