Our body constantly degenerates. Decades of bending, lifting, turning, and twisting can really take their toll on your neck. Considering all that repetitive stress, it’s no surprise that about two-thirds of people will experience neck pain at some point in their lives.
A cervical degenerative process can cause neck pain, cervical pain, radiating pain, as well as numbness and weakness in your shoulders, arm, and hand. That discomfort and loss of mobility can have a major impact on your career, family, and quality of life.
Neck pain is described as an aching, burning, stabbing, shooting, or cramping pain and frequently spreads into the Head, upper back, the arm or the hand. It is frequently made worse by activities that require one to be static or perform repetitive tasks like typing and answering the phone. It might be post trauma or a degenerative problem. Common sources of neck pain include Facet joints, Herniated discs, Muscles etc. The causes are almost similar to that for back pain.