Shoulder Pain

Neurovascular Injuries  Neurovascular Injuries are damage to major blood vessels in the body with further complications, with the injury being the loss of sensation, tingling or pins and needles, being apparent to the patient . Muscle Paralysis  Muscle Paralysis in simple terms means a loss of control and strength ability ,this causes the nerve communication ability from the Spinal Column to be  compromised , there are four types of paralysis.   The Shoulder joint holds four major nerves , the origin of all these nerves originate from the Cervical Vertebrae C5-C7 . they are the: Auxillary nerve , Long Thoracic Nerve , Suprascapular nerve  Musculocutaneous nerve .

Neurovascular Injuries 

Neurovascular Injuries are damage to major blood vessels in the body with further complications, with the injury being the loss of sensation, tingling or pins and needles, being apparent to the patient .

Muscle Paralysis 

Muscle Paralysis in simple terms means a loss of control and strength ability ,this causes the nerve communication ability from the Spinal Column to be  compromised , there are four types of paralysis.
 
The Shoulder joint holds four major nerves , the origin of all these nerves originate from the Cervical Vertebrae C5-C7 .
they are the:

Auxillary nerve ,
Long Thoracic Nerve ,
Suprascapular nerve 

Musculocutaneous nerve .

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