Pain travels from a position to another. That happens through the sensitivity of the nerves.For example: 'Mid Back pain radiate' is faster since a bundle of nerves pass through your spinal chord. The prostaglandins produced due to muscle spasms or strains cause heating effects on the site of the pain.
Through the nerves.
Does the pain in your elbow radiate to your hand(?)
pain may radiate down the arm
A warning that a hard attack may occur is pain radiating through your dominate arm.
Yes arthritic pain can radiate a long way from the source . Arthritis can cause narrowing of the spaces between the bones or inflammation around the places that nerves pass through. this can interfere withe operation of the muscles and feeling all the way down the arm.
Nerves pass through (innervate) every muscle in our bodies. Whether you injured a nerve, or injured a muscle, the nerves will be inflamed and irritated. This causes pain.
There often be pain in the joints and ligaments. There is often a feeling of arthritis in the joints. The pain can radiate to the nerves around the old injury making it difficult to walk.
Neuralgia is a sharp pain that affects nerves, whether it be individual nerves or a group of nerves. Neuralgia is a special type of pain in that it occurs without the stimulation of a pain receptor. How does the pain occur? When the nerve or nerves it's affecting are irritated or damaged.
May be some problems in nerves Pain is transmitted by the nerves. Neurology is the study of the nerves so in this sense it has something to do with neurology but the pain is unlikely to be caused by the nerves.
Pain affecting many nerves
Spinal nerves are pain receptors that carry signals to the brain when pain is felt.
Our feet has all the nerves which is related to our body, so we have to find out the nerve which cause back pain and have to acupuncture the area thus our pain relieve.
It is an inflamation (swelling) of the ligaments in the "carpal tunnel." This is the tunnel that the nerves in your hand pass through. The swelling presses on the nerves, causing tingling, numbness and pain.
because the nerves that are in your knee, also run through your whole leg, the nerves were re-directing the pain somewhere else. i had the SAME problem after both my surgeries. my ankles swelled up and i was in so much pain i was yelling to make it stop.
Pain signals are carried to the brain from the spinal cord through nerves. Alcohol slows down the brain and central nervous system, allowing a pain relief.
They just do
No, they do not but nerves do
Polyneuralgia is the medical term meaning pain affecting many nerves.
A heart attack or stroke
There are no sensory nerves for pain in the brain itself.
Trauma to these nerves can cause a pain that originates from the lower area of the neck between the shoulder blades.
it doesn't it radiates to the back (see your embryology)
A heart attack.