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1,158 Possible Causes for Cervicobrachial Syndrome, Inability to Walk on Heels, Sciatica

  • Obesity

    Abstract The heavy impact of obesity on the development and progression of cardiovascular disease has sparked sustained efforts to uncover the mechanisms linking excess adiposity to vascular dysfunction. Impaired vasodilator reactivity has been recognized as an early hemodynamic abnormality in obese patients,[…][ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

    Missing: Inability to Walk on Heels
  • Cervical Osteoarthritis

    […] on your toes or heels.)[emedicinehealth.com] As the condition progresses, complications such as numbness, sciatica or herniated discs may appear. What are the signs and symptoms of neck (cervical) osteoarthritis?[natureword.com] Radiculopathy and sciatica often cause numbness and tingling (sensation of pins and needles) in an extremity.[emedicinehealth.com]

  • Cervical Spondylosis

    […] on your toes or heels.)[emedicinehealth.com] Therapeutically, it has been found useful for alleviating cervical spondylitis, back ache and sciatica.[gyanunlimited.com] For example, sciatica is a well-known form of radiculopathy that affects the lower back and the legs, and it is caused by the compression of nerve roots connected to the sciatic[laserspineinstitute.com]

  • Lumbar and Sacral Arthritis

    […] on your toes or heels.)[emedicinehealth.com] Medical Conditions Associated with Sacroiliac Joint Disorder Chronic headache pain Temporal mandibular joint (TMJ) pain Chronic neck pain Cervicobrachial syndrome (arm pain[practicalpainmanagement.com] Sciatica is not in itself a disease.[painmedicine.weillcornell.org]

  • Cervical Herniated Disc

    A history of a stiff neck or sciatica , neck pain, or weakness are typical signs of a herniated disc.[mccancemd.com] A herniated disc is one of the most common causes of neck, back and/or leg pain ( sciatica ) and neckache How common are herniated discs?[my.clevelandclinic.org] Sciatica is a set of symptoms associated with disc herniation.[en.wikipedia.org]

    Missing: Inability to Walk on Heels
  • Lumbar Disk Herniation

    M53.1 Cervicobrachial syndrome M53.2 Spinal instabilities M53.2X Spinal instabilities M53.2X1 …… occipito-atlanto-axial region M53.2X3 …… cervicothoracic region M53.2X5 …[icd10data.com] DISCUSSIONS: Our findings suggest that the MMP1 rs1799750 2G/2G genotype may contribute to low back pain, sciatica, and disability after lumbar disk herniation.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] Secondary outcomes included sciatica severity as measured by the Sciatica Bothersomeness Index, satisfaction with symptoms, self-reported improvement, and employment status[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

    Missing: Inability to Walk on Heels
  • Cervical Nerve Root Compression

    Differentiation The etiologic theories of the cervicobrachial syndrome are compression of nerve trunks, trauma to nerve trunks, injuries to the sympathetic and vasomotor nerves[chiro.org] Lumbosacral radiculopathies produce the syndrome of sciatica, cervical radiculopathies the syndrome of brachialgia.[neuroanatomy.wisc.edu] Learn more: 6 stretches for sciatica » Symptoms vary depending on which type of radiculopathy you have.[healthline.com]

    Missing: Inability to Walk on Heels
  • Sciatica

    […] to bring the foot upwards (walk on heels) Weakness in lifting the big toe or ankle up Pain and/or numbness on top of the foot, particularly between the big toe and second[ansellchiropractic.com.au] While this test is positive in about 90% of people with sciatica, approximately 75% of people with a positive test do not have sciatica.[en.wikipedia.org] So the exact occurrence of sciatica is unknown. Race: Sciatica has no known predilection to race or cast.[symptoma.com]

    Missing: Cervicobrachial Syndrome
  • Lumbar Spondylosis

    […] on your toes or heels.)[emedicinehealth.com] Cases with degenerative low back pain and sciatica were assessed before and after therapeutic interventions with combined movement examination and a battery of self-report[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] Similarly, if the lower back is affected, the patient may experience buttock pain and sciatica.[modernreflexology.com]

    Missing: Cervicobrachial Syndrome
  • Frozen Shoulder

    He has a pincer deformity in the hip causing the stabs in the groin, and a degenerative facet causing the sciatica.[chiropractic-help.com]

    Missing: Inability to Walk on Heels