Arm Pain Referred from the Neck

Diagram to show where nerves in the cervical spine, or neck refer into the arm.

The nerves in your neck, or cervical region, will refer pain down the front or back of your arm if they are irritated or compressed. Usually the pain in your arm is worse than the pain (if you have any) in your neck. The nerve can also give other symptoms such as pins and needles or numbness. As the nerves also supply the muscle you can feel weakness in your arm if the nerve is compressed. There are a number of reasons why you can develop arm pain from your neck.

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