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The Brachial Plexus refers to the nerves that travel down from the neck and spinal cord to the arm. These are the nerves that are credited with proper functioning and mobility of the shoulders, the arms, the wrists, the elbows and the hand. While an injury to these nerves may be common place and can heal within a matter of weeks, there are other injuries that can prove to be debilitating and can affect the arm in a permanent manner.
HOW IS BRACHIAL PLEXUS DIAGNOSED?
The condition or injury can be diagnosed by a doctor who will conduct an X Ray and MRI or CT scans if need be so as to assess the extent of the damage.
HOW IS BRACHIAL PLEXUS TREATED?
Injuries to the brachial plexus that occur during birth may heal by itself within 3-4 months. Physical therapy is another treatment method to treat brachial plexus injuries. In severe cases surgical treatment may be required.
DID YOU KNOW?
Brachial plexus blocks are special anaesthesia techniques that are considered as alternatives to general anaesthesia during shoulder surgery. A local anaesthetic is injected close to the brachial plexus for numbing that region.