Cervical Radiculopathy

Cervical radiculopathy, also called a pinched nerve, refers to a pinching or inflammation of a cervical (neck) nerve from its exit point in the spine. Although most acute neck pain is a relatively common ailment that usually resolves within a couple of weeks, some neck pain can persist and may be also present in the shoulder or arm. The symptoms of cervical radiculopathy may also include pain, numbness, or weakness in different areas of the arm or hand.

Cervical radiculopathy may be caused by one of many conditions, including disc herniation, spinal stenosis, osteophyte formation, or other degenerative disorders.

Treatment options from Dr. David Provenzano

Dr. Provenzano will perform a thorough evaluation and develop a personalized treatment plan that includes the most advanced pain management techniques to treat Cervical radiculopathy, which may include: