Thoracic Outlet Syndrome Symptoms

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2. Neck Pain

Sleep awkwardly at night and you may well wake up with a stiff neck in the morning. This can be quite uncomfortable and it can even last for a day or two, but it will usually pass with on with no harm being done. If the pain does not go away, then it might be a case of neurological thoracic outlet syndrome.

With the nerve in the thoracic outlet trapped, the patient can find pain and/or aches in the neck area. This may also spread to the hand and/or shoulders. If you do have a persistent stiff neck or similar sensation that will not go away, then you should arrange to have it checked by a medical professional

Thoracic Outlet Syndrome

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