Causes for arm and finger pain include common injuries, arthritis and carpal tunnel syndrome, according to Healthline. It is suggested to see a doctor if consistent or unexplained pain is being experienced in the fingers... More »

Typical causes of hand pain include injury, trauma, repetitive use and arthritis, according to Healthgrades. Carpal tunnel syndrome and tenosynovitis result from repetitive use of the hand, such as frequently typing on a... More »

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 »

Possible causes of arm pain, which may affect the upper limb and start anywhere from the fingers to the shoulder, include an injury, overuse of the limb or referred pain from another body part, according to Healthline. A... More »

Ulnar nerve compression, carpal tunnel syndrome and peripheral neuropathy can each cause numbness of the fingers of the left hand, states the Mayo Clinic. Numbness of the fingers is rarely a sign of a life-threatening co... More »

Possible causes of pain in both arms include injury, overuse, arthritis, trauma disorders and carpal tunnel syndrome, according to Healthline. People with heart disease, compartment syndrome, burns or dislocations are al... More »

Wrist pain is often caused by sprained ligaments, tendinitis, carpal tunnel syndrome, arthritis, dislocation or fracture, according to Healthline. Each of these conditions are aggravated when pressure is added to the wri... More »