Brachial Plexus Treatment in Gurgaon

The brachial plexus is a nerve network that sends signals from your spinal cord to your shoulder, arm, and hand. These nerves control the movements of your hands, arms, and wrists. Brachial plexus injuries are caused when these nerves are damaged or ripped apart from the spinal cord. Shoulder trauma, tumors, and inflammations may affect the brachial plexus. The automobile accident causes the most severe brachial plexus injuries.

Symptoms of Brachial Plexus Injuries

Damage to the brachial plexus (upper nerve) tends to happen when your shoulder is pulled down with force, and at the same time, your neck is stretched away from the shoulder. The lower nerves are injured when your arm is forced above your head. These injuries can happen in different ways:

  • Sports
  • Congenital issue
  • Trauma
  • Tumors

Side effects of Brachial Plexus Injuries

The symptoms of the injuries depend upon their severity, and the common symptoms are:

  • Limp or paralyzed arm.
  • No feeling or sensation in the arm or hand.
  • Not being able to control or move your arm, hand or wrist.


The doctor examines your arm and hand to check the sensations and movements, which helps them diagnose brachial plexus injuries. Following diagnostic tests are often used to detect the injuries:

  • Magnate Resonance Imaging(MRI).
  • Computed Tomography(CT scan)
  • Electromyogram
  • X-ray


Some brachial plexus injuries are treated with surgeries to repair the damaged nerves. Physical therapy helps restore the movement and sensations in the arms and hands. However, these injuries don’t always require treatment; sometimes, they heal without treatment.

It is important to understand that the brachial plexus injuries heal well when not severe. People with minor or early signs of brachial plexus injuries have a 90-100% chance of restoring the standard functionality of the arm and hand.

Lecturing on Minimally invasive spinal surgery at recently concluded meeting by Artemis hospitals Gurugram.