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Brachial Neuritis

Brachial neuritis affects approximately 2 to 3 people per 100,000 individuals in the general population per year.

About Brachial Neuritis

Brachial neuritis, also known as Parsonage-Turner syndrome, is a rare condition characterized by sudden, severe shoulder and arm pain followed by weakness and sometimes numbness. It results from inflammation of the nerves in the shoulder region, leading to symptoms that can be debilitating and significantly impact daily activities.


Chiropractic care and physiotherapy can play important roles in managing brachial neuritis. Chiropractic adjustments help to restore proper alignment of the spine and alleviate pressure on nerves, reducing pain and promoting healing. Additionally, physiotherapy focuses on exercises to improve strength, flexibility, and range of motion in the affected shoulder and arm. 


We also use modalities such as heat, ice, and electrical stimulation to manage pain and inflammation.

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