Cervical Radiculopathy is a pinched nerve in the neck that occurs when pressure is put on the nerve roots. Cervical Radiculopathy can cause pain or tingling in the neck, back or arms. In young people, a Cervical Radiculopathy usually occurs as a result of trauma or a herniated disc. For older people, a Cervical Radiculopathy often occurs due to the nature degeneration and dehydration of the cervical discs that happen over time. Treatment for this condition most often includes pain medications and physical therapy.
Cervical Radiculopathy Bioinformatics Tool
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