Fri, 24 Jun 2011
Neck pain can be caused by an injury (sports, fall or motor vehicle accident) or ongoing wear and tear. If you experience any numbness or weakness in your arms and legs without significant neck pain, you need to be evaluated. You should seek an orthopaedic spine specialist when you have persistent or severe pain, pain radiating down your arms or legs, headaches, numbness, tingling or weakness. Neck Pain (click on this link for more information)
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