The symptoms that can appear in any patient with cervical syndrome are differentiated according to their intensity, as they can be very well tolerated and mild or even unbearable. They last from a few days to months, even years. In addition, besides the neck, they can affect the shoulder and even the entire upper limb area.
The most commonly observed pain is referred to as discomfort when performing certain movements, as rest pain or as discomfort that occurs mainly at night, when the patient is trying to sleep.
Numbness or burning is common, starting from the neck down to the arm. Finally, headaches are also common in people with cervical syndrome.