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Radiculopathy refers to pain that is referred from the spinal nerve roots to other parts of the body. Throughout our Dallas, Irving, Red Oak and Plano offices cervical radiculopathy may occur when the spinal nerve roots are irritated or compressed (nerve root compression) by one of many conditions, including disc herniation, spinal stenosis, osteophyte formation, or other degenerative disorders.
Cervical radiculopathy symptoms may include pain, tingling, numbness, weakness, and reflex loss. Cervical radiculopathy symptoms may present in the neck, shoulders, arms, hands, and fingers.