About 6 weeks ago, I went to the doctor thinking the pain I was having was related to carpal tunnel. I do have that, but the doctor diagnosed me with ulnar nerve subluxation and said that was more significant than my carpal tunnel for causing the pain in my hand and forearm, and the clumsiness and difficulty I'm having with hand coordination. I am waiting to have an EMG. But 2 weeks ago, my neck began hurting. My neck has a sore pain, like I've strained it, and sometimes there are pins and needles pains in my upper arm. My question is can ulnar nerve subluxation at the elbow cause pain in the upper arm, shoulder, and neck? I would really appreciate any feedback to this question. I've looked online, but there is not a lot of information on neck pain associated with ulnar nerve subluxation and neck pain.
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