Although it is not entirely understood what causes the symptoms of Parkinson’s Disease, research has shown that some kind of malfunction affects the brain’s production of the chemical messenger dopamine disrupting the brain’s ability to coordinate muscle movement. resulting in tremors, stiffness, and a loss of coordination.
Neurological conditions such as headaches, neuritis (inflammation of any part of a nerve, other than the nerve root), and radiculitis (inflammation of a nerve root as it exits the spine) are commonly treated neurological cases in the upper cervical profession. Radiculitis is a common source of shoulder, arm and hand pain. With neuritis, patients sometimes experience sensations called paresthesias (feelings of tingling, hot spots, cold spots, crawling sensations, stinging, and burning).