Cervical Brachial Syndrome

Impingement of the nerves of the brachial plexus. Neck and arm discomfort as a result of pressure on the brachial plexus. The brachial plexus is a group of nerves in the neck and shoulder region that sends nerve supply to the arms and hands.

  • Sharp pain in the neck
  • Radiating pain in neck, shoulder, arm, hand
  • Pain with stomach sleeping
  • Faulty posture
  • Tight neck musculature
  • Posture program
  • ROM and stretching to neck
  • Upper extremity strengthening exercises
  • Upper extremity stabilization exercises
Cervical Brachial Syndrome Phase I

Purchase Phase

  • Prone Cervical Rotation R L
  • Cervical Levator Scap Stretch
  • Foam Wedge In Flexion
  • Sitting Posture
  • Standing Posture
  • Prone Thoracic Extension
  • Neck Support For Pillow

Cervical Brachial Syndrome Phase II

Purchase Phase

  • Thoracic Stretch 1
  • Wall Slides
  • Chin Tucks
  • Neck Circuit
  • Curl Press
  • Push Up Hold Top
  • Hummers