Re: Return of Pinched Nerve Question

OK, Dr. Dave is chiming in...I agree with doc4bax, but I do have a question for Stephanie. I would like a clearer explanation of the problem. Is it neck pain that radiates into the right shoulder? Or is it just right shoulder pain? Is it actually in the shoulder joint or is it in the area between the neck and shoulder? You said "pinched nerve below my right shoulder" can you try and be a little more descriptive. Is it in the front? The back? I know it's not easy to describe without a diagram, but do your best.

Posted By DrDave on September 11, 2007 at 01:43:45:

In Reply to: Return of Pinched Nerve Question posted by steph on September 10, 2007 at 15:14:29:

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