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Neck Pain

Category Neck Pain

When neck pain develops due to injury, the top causes include athletic activities and whiplash injuries, often due to a car accident.

Your neck is such a vulnerable structure that any type of injury can easily cause nerve damage. For that reason, it's important to get a prompt neurological evaluation at Modern Migraine MD.

Beyond injuries, neck pain often occurs due to neck strain and natural degeneration in the spinal tissues. Degeneration leads to painful neck conditions such as:

Facet joint arthritis

  • Herniated discs
  • Degenerative disc disease
  • Spinal stenosis
  • Bone spurs
  • Slipped vertebrae (spondylolisthesis)

These conditions frequently cause neurological problems by pinching the nerves running through your neck.

Whether your pain is dull, sharp, mild, or severe, chances are you have a stiff neck and limited head movement. Problems in your neck often cause headaches and dizziness.

When you have a spinal condition compressing the nerves, you may also develop nerve-related symptoms such as pain and tingling that travel through your arms. If you have severe nerve damage, your arm may get numb, or the muscle could weaken.

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