Neck spine pain

Symptom Neck spine pain

Neck or shoulder pain

Stroke or shoulder pain is the most common symptom of cervical spondylitis. This syndrome called cervicalgia is one of the main causes for patients to see a doctor. In fact, most patients with cervical spondylitis experience pain in the neck. Some patients also have pain spreading to the shoulder, arm or hand. Others may have pain on both sides of the shoulders.

The pain of chronic vertebrae is caused by the spinal cord or nerve roots coming out of the spine in the neck or upper back of the suppressed. This compression may be due to the narrowing of the spinal canal, the sclerosis of the posterior ligaments to stabilize the spine or the displacement of the spinal discs. The degeneration of the spine that occurs in the neck is often the culprit.
In most cases, the pain will not be specific. There may or may not be neural signals that interfere with the diagnosis. Your doctor may prescribe diagnostic imaging methods such as scans or magnetic resonance imaging to look for possible causes for neck and shoulder pain. However, with the absence of neurological deficiency, physicians will have difficulty diagnosing this situation if based solely on diagnostic imaging results.

Headache
Pressures on the nerves that come out of the spine can cause headaches. These headaches are usually felt at the base of the skull and usually spread to the apex and occipital areas. The cause of these headaches is difficult to determine. This area is provided by the nerves that come out of the cervical vertebrae C2 and C4.


However, the occipital nerve is very rarely suppressed, even with the presence of degeneration in the affected joints. Nevertheless, headaches often occur in patients with cervical spondylitis.

Lhermitte symptoms

Bệnh nhân bị viêm đốt sống cổ có thể sẽ bị đau như bị xung điện từ cổ xuống cẳng chân khi được yêu cầu thực hiện động tác uống cong cổ. Cảm giác này được gọi là triệu chứng Lhermitte cho biết có một áp lực đè nén ở vùng đốt sống cổ hoặc đốt sống ngực trên T1-T2.

Tuy nhiên, triệu chứng này không chỉ xuất hiện ở những bệnh nhân bị viêm cột sống cổ mà còn được thấy ở những bệnh nhân bị xơ cứng cột bên teo cơ, đa xơ cứng hoặc khối u tủy sống.

Signs of ancient nerve root disease

Patients with cervical spondylitis show signs and symptoms of nerve root disease. Nerve root disease is a condition in which the affected nerves or nerve roots are inactive, leading to pain, weakness, numbness or difficulty controlling certain muscles.
Patients with nerve root disease may have pain, weakness or numbness in the shoulder, arms or hands. In some cases, the pain is felt in the chest area. Stress pressure on the nerve root of the neck as they exit the spine is responsible for causing the syndrome.


Signs of unclear spinal cord are suppressed

Finally, the suppressed spinal tract is not limited to the neck, shoulders, and arms, but is also seen in patients with cervical spondylitis. Some patients may experience urinary incontinence problems. These problems can be caused by suppressive pressure on the cervical vertebrae C5 and C6.
Some patients also suffer from dysphagia. Others have complained of respiratory disorders. Usually, these patients are the elderly. This symptom is caused by bone spikes that cause structural disturbances in the esophagus.
After knowing all this, is it time for you to go to the hospital to see a doctor? Your neck pain will not be easy without proper treatments.