For Cervical Radiculopathy
- Cervical Radiculopathy: The nerves that form the brachial plexus and ultimately gives rise to the nerves of the forearm and hand originate from the cervical (neck) nerves. Apart from numbness, tingling or pain and muscle weakness there may also be poor coordination and abnormal reflexes.
The muscles and its tendons are responsible for movement of the hand and fingers. Sometimes these muscles or its tendons are damaged or diseased despite there being normal nerve function. Muscle problems usually appear with weakness, paralysis and/or pain with certain movements.