Arm Pain Directory
Chronic arm pain or discomfort could be related to an injury or overuse. Examples include tennis elbow, trauma to the arm, arthritis, bruises, pulled muscles, or other conditions. Treatment for the problem will depend on the cause, but often rest, ice, pain relievers, and stretching exercises can relive arm pain. Your doctor can diagnose your arm pain and help you find the best treatment. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about how arm pain is caused, treatments for arm pain, preventing arm pain, and much more.
Top Arm and Hand Injuries From Exercise
Got a sports injury to your shoulder or arm? Find out what the treatment is and how to help prevent it from happening again.
Why Does My Arm Hurt?
Arm pain could be caused by a strain, sprain, or something more serious. Learn about common health conditions that could help explain why your arm hurts.
Cubital and Radial Tunnel Syndrome: Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment
WebMD explains the symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment of both cubital tunnel syndrome and radial tunnel syndrome.
Why Is Your Arm or Hand Numb?
If your hand or arm gets numb, the cause could range from sleeping in one position for too long to a medical condition like carpal tunnel syndrome or diabetes. No matter the reason, treatments can give you relief as well as get to the root of the problem.
Repetitive Stress Inury
Information on repetitive stress injury.
The High-Tech Disease of an Overproductive Age?
Repetitive Strain Injury
According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), 60% of all work-related musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) actually occur in manufacturing and so-called manual handling jobs.
Slideshows & Images
Visual Guide to Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Could the pain in your hand be carpal tunnel syndrome? Watch this slideshow to learn about symptoms, risk factors, and treatment options.
Why Does My Hand Hurt?
There are many reasons why you may have pain in your hand, such as osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, tendinitis, trigger finger, or Dupuytren's contracture. Learn why these problems happen and what you do to get relief.