Pain in the neck and shoulder that varies in intensity, and may feel achy or like an electric shock from the neck to the arm.
Physical discomfort occurring anywhere on the spine or back, ranging from mild to disabling. (Mayo Clinic)
Spine surgeons perform back surgery to reduce or eliminate chronic back or leg pain due to spinal nerve compression. Should surgery fail to achieve all of its desired outcomes, the result is known as Post–Laminectomy Syndrome (sometimes called Failed Back Surgery).
Refers to a condition in which pain is caused from a damaged disc. Osteoarthritis of the spine, usually in the neck or lower back.
A type of arthritis that occurs when flexible tissue at the ends of bones wears down.
The most common complication of shingles. The condition affects nerve fibers and skin, causing burning pain that lasts long after the rash and blisters of shingles disappear.
A type of nerve damage that can occur with diabetes.
A distinct type of headache characterized by piercing, throbbing, or electric-shock-like chronic pain in the upper neck, back of the head, and behind the ears, usually on one side of the head.
A muscle, tendon or ligament strain, particularly in athletes who play sports such as hockey, soccer and football.
A disease of the root of a nerve, such as from a pinched nerve or a tumor.
Physical discomfort in any part of the arm.
Physical discomfort in part or all of the leg that can vary in intensity.
Pain radiating along the sciatic nerve, which runs down one or both legs from the lower back.
Weakness, numbness, and pain from nerve damage, usually in the hands and feet.
Chronic arm or leg pain developing after injury, surgery, stroke, or heart attack.
After an amputation, you may feel pain in your missing limb.
Pain in cancer may arise from a tumor compressing or infiltrating nearby body parts; from treatments and diagnostic procedures; or from skin, nerve and other changes caused by a hormone imbalance or immune response.
Occurs when one or more bones in the spine weaken and crumple.