Sports and Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist
10 yrs exp
It can be due to nerve compression in cervical spine c5 c6 nerve roots..
Go for x ray 1st and then can plan for spine doc and Physiotherapy...depends on the problem.
Regards-Dr.Gaurav Mohan from Physio Hut.
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