|08-29-2009, 08:38 PM||#3 (permalink)|
Join Date: May 2009
Location: Raleigh, NC
It's a specific cluster of symptoms. Like if I simply roll my shoulders forward into a mild slouch, my left shoulder and inner arm get tingly down to my fingers. If I drop my head as you would when reading a book, even just inches, it happens.
It's not a herniated disk or nerve impingement in the cervical spine. It has more to do with the area right above your collarbone where the nerves enter your arm from your neck and get pressed in that narrow cavity.
The only other person I have known with it had it from a ski accident and a broken shoulder and the surgery to correct it left his arm paralyzed. Luckily, two decades later, it's last resort to do surgery.
I just wondered if anyone else had any experience.
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