Common problems of pain in the left hand can indicate injury, as in a fracture; nerve problems, as in carpel tunnel syndrome; or inflammation, as in tendinitis, according to WebMD. Although these conditions all exhibit h... More »

Pain that radiates out through the left arm, chest, back, neck and jaw is likely a symptom of a heart attack, according to Harvard Health Publications from Harvard Medical School. Pain caused by a heart attack is rarely ... 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 »

Common causes for stabbing shoulder pain include fracture, arthritis, and instability or inflammation of the tendons, according to OrthoInfo. The pain associated with these conditions can also be dull or throbbing. More »

Some causes of pain in the hand are De Quarvain's tendinitis, carpal tunnel syndrome and arthritis, according to WebMD. A fracture in the right hand may also cause pain. More »

Some causes of shooting pain in the hands are carpal tunnel syndrome, hand fractures, de Quervain's tendinitis, different forms of arthritis and stenosing tenosynovitis. Carpal tunnel syndrome occurs when there is compre... More »

Causes of swollen and painful hands include carpel tunnel syndrome, tendinitis, simple fractures, arthritis and trigger finger or stenosing tenosynovitis, according to WebMD. Forms of arthritis that cause painful and swo... More »