Cervico – brachial Pain Treatment

Cervico brachial pain is neck pain and stiffness linked with pain in the arm and shoulder. It happens due to a disorder of the spinal nerve root. This pain is Normally caused by a spinal disc herniation around the neck or other lesions that result in nerve root inflammation, impingement, or both.

Pain that goes from your neck-upper back area through to your arm-hand (upper limb) can be related to a compression of the nerve roots at the neck area of your spine, known as a cervical spine.

A herniated or protruded disk at the cervical spine, bone spurs or narrowing of the spine (spinal stenosis) can cause a compression of the nerve root (at the side part, in the foraminal space), affecting your upper limb, or even the spinal cord (at the central part of the spinal canal), affecting all the four limbs. This may lead to pain, numbness and sometimes weakness affecting the arm-hand, and rarely the whole body below the neck area. This kind of cervical disc disease can affect one or multiple discs at the same time.

Risk Factors:

Main risk factors for neck (cervical) problems include:

  • Age: herniated disks caused at adult or older age, causing the typical neck with arm pain; but disc degeneration, bone spurs and cervical stenosis (narrowing of the spinal canal and/or foramen), which may happen pain, numbness and even weakness to one or both arms, are more common among older people.
  • Smoking cigarettes: smoking cigarettes increases your risk of having disc disease.
  • Lifestyle: it is suspected that twisting your neck and bad posture can lead to neck problem.

Signs & Symptoms:

Following are few neck problem related symptoms

  • Pain that radiates from your neck through to your arm or hand can be related to a compression of the nerve roots at the neck (cervical) area of your spine.
  • The pain may range from being quite mild to severe. Some people experience it like an electric shock.
  • The pain is often aggravated by coughing, sneezing or moving the neck.
  • Some people have numbness, tingling or weakness in the affected arm or hand.


At Al Biraa Clinic Dubai, a spine specialist will start to assess the patient with a medical history, physical exam, checking for muscle strength, sensation and reflexes. If necessary, imaging tests may be required. You may be asked to have an x-ray, MRI, CT scan and/or electroneuromyography (ENMG) for the proper diagnosis.

Treatment Options at Al Biraa Clinic:

The spine specialist will give you a plan for your neck pain radiating to the arm and/or hand (cervical radiculopathy or myelopathy) treatment, according to the case, and cervical disc problem can affect one or multiple discs. This plan could include medications, such as: anti-inflammatories, painkillers and muscle relaxants, physical therapy, pain clinic and spinal injections.

we specialize in providing effective treatment for cervico brachial pain. If you’re experiencing discomfort, tingling, or weakness in your neck, shoulder, and arm, our team of skilled chiropractors is here to help you find relief and get back to a pain-free life.

Understanding Cervico Brachial Pain:

Cervico brachial pain, also known as cervicobrachialgia, is a condition that involves discomfort originating from the neck and radiating down the arm. It can be caused by various factors, including nerve compression, muscle strain, poor posture, repetitive motions, or even underlying medical conditions. The pain can be debilitating and affect your daily activities and overall well-being.

Our Chiropractic Approach:

At our Chiropractic Care Center, we take a holistic approach to treat cervico brachial pain. Our highly trained chiropractors will conduct a thorough evaluation to identify the root cause of your pain. We believe in addressing the underlying issue rather than just treating the symptoms.

Personalized Treatment Plans:

Every patient is unique, and so is their condition. Our chiropractors will tailor a personalized treatment plan that suits your specific needs. We use a combination of manual adjustments, gentle spinal manipulations, therapeutic exercises, and soft tissue therapies to alleviate pain, reduce inflammation, and improve mobility.

Non-Invasive and Drug-Free:

Our chiropractic treatments are non-invasive and drug-free, making them a safe and natural option for managing cervico brachial pain. We aim to promote your body’s natural healing abilities and enhance overall wellness.

Educating for Prevention:

We believe in empowering our patients with knowledge. As part of our approach, we’ll educate you on proper posture, ergonomic techniques, and exercises to strengthen the affected areas and prevent future recurrences of cervico brachial pain.

Why Choose Our Chiropractic Care:

  • – Experienced and compassionate chiropractors
  • – Personalized treatment plans
  • – State-of-the-art facilities
  • – Holistic approach to healing
  • – Focus on long-term pain management and prevention

Regain Control Over Your Life:

Don’t let cervico brachial pain hold you back from enjoying life to the fullest. Our chiropractors are dedicated to helping you find relief and regain control over your health. Experience the benefits of chiropractic care and take the first step towards a pain-free life.

Schedule Your Appointment Today:

At Al Biraa Clinic, we have a professional chiropractor for the best service. We hold a delicate service in our clinic with the best chiropractor in Dubai. We have a good prestigious name in UAE with our Chiropractic treatment.

Dr. M.Y. Raslan’s speciality is Chiropractor dedicatedly doing his service at Al Biraa Clinic . He is one of the best chiropractors in dubai and he completed his medical degree in 1995 & he pursued Doctor of Chiropractor degree in 2005. Awarded Honor certificate from the University of Aden Medical School (Yemen).

Contact us today to schedule an appointment with one of the best chiropractor in Dubai . Let us help you on your journey to a pain-free and healthier you. We look forward to being a part of your wellness journey.


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