Shoulder & Arm Pain
in Southfield, Michigan
Shoulder/arm/hand pain is caused by many reasons. But most commonly pain radiates from shoulder to arm, involving the hand as well indicate cervical nerve root entrapment or compression. Cervical radiculopathy involves radiating pain in the shoulder, arm, and hand. It causes pain, numbness, and muscle weakness. Pain occurs separately in the shoulder, arm, and hand is a sign of other pathologies. The most common cause of shoulder pain is rotator cuff inflammation or damage. The most common cause of arm pain is inflammation of tendon, strain or sprain, fracture, injury to the arm, brachial plexus injury etc. The most common cause of wrist pain is Carpal Tunnel Syndrome that involves compression of the radial nerve in the carpal tunnel of the wrist.