Cervical Radiculopathy

Cervical radiculopathy refers to the symptoms associated with damage or irritation to the cervical nerves. These symptoms can include pain and discomfort within the chest area, as well as the upper extremities.

The term radiculopathy refers to the damage, irritation, or compression of nerves resulting in symptoms of pain, weakness, numbness, or even difficulty with muscle control. Cervical radiculopathy refers to nerve damage occurring specifically within the cervical region or neck area.