One possible cause of tingling in the neck and shoulder is a pinched nerve, according to Denver Back Pain Specialists. When there is a pinched nerve in the neck, pain and tingling can radiate to the shoulders. More »

Causes of tingling sensations in the left shoulder include cervical spondylosis, cervical radiculopathy, chemical burns, thermal burns and brachial plexus nerve injury, notes the Virginia Spine Institute and WebMD. Cervi... More »

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A tingling sensation in the left shoulder blade can be caused by paresthesia, shoulder pain or shoulder numbness, and may be an early symptom of multiple sclerosis, as reported by Right Diagnosis. The tingling sensation ... More »

Causes of a stiff neck include a twisted neck, wear and tear, whiplash, and a pinched nerve, according to NHS Choices. Other causes include sleeping in an uncomfortable position, bending over the desk for a prolonged per... More »

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A common cause of pain and tingling that radiates down the arm is a pinched nerve in the neck, states Virginia Spine Institute. Pain in the shoulder blade, hand or fingers often accompanies this type of pain. If the pain... More »

Treatment options for a pinched nerve in the neck include rest, nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, steroid injections, narcotics and physical therapy, as reported by WebMD. In some cases, a pinched nerve requires surg... More »

Causes of a tingling face or neck include exposure to cold weather or a toxin, injury or trauma to the face, and nerve pressure, according to Healthgrades. Other causes of a tingling face include diseases such as multipl... More »