Your peripheral nervous system connects nerves from your brain throughout your body, which include hands, arms, feet, legs, internal organs, mouth, and face. When the peripheral nerves malfunction they can send signals of pain even though nothing is causing the pain. This is called Peripheral Neuropathy. Most often an inherited disorder, infection, illness, or physical trauma from a car accident, fall, or fracture can cause neuropathy.
Brachial Plexus Neuropathy
Brachial plexus neuropathy (BPN) is a type of peripheral neuropathy which refers to damage of a single nerve or group of nerves. BPN occ... Read More
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Although CTS is reasonably common, there are often overlapping symptoms from other neurological conditions that can contribute. Holding y... Read More