A brachial plexus injury happens when a network of nerves that send signals from your spinal cord to your shoulder, armor and are stretched, compressed or torn from the spinal cord.

This injury is common among athletes/individuals that are involved in contact sports such as football and wrestling and motorcycle/motor vehicle accidents. Some children also sustain brachial plexus injuries during childbirth.


Can result from shoulder trauma, tumors, or inflammation when the arm is forcefully stretched or pulled.  Various events such as contact sports, difficult childbirth, trauma, tumors or cancer treatments can cause brachial plexus injuries.


You may have a brachial plexus injury if you experience the following signs and symptoms:


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