The symptoms of a pinched shoulder nerve include sharp pain in the affected shoulder, headache, and pain in the back of the neck, Healthline reports. Other symptoms include radiating sciatic pain, numbness, a tingling se... More »

Anti-inflammatory medications, such as naproxen, ibuprofen, and corticosteriod injections can help relieve the pain associated with a pinched nerve in the shoulder blade area, according to MedicineNet.com. Physical thera... More »

University of Maryland Medical Center reports that a pinched nerve in the neck can cause headaches in the back of the head, called occipital headaches. This condition also causes pain in the neck, shoulder, arm and hand,... More »

The symptoms of a pinched nerve include numbness or decreased sensation in the area supplied by the nerve, such as the back; a sharp or burning pain and tingling, itching, prickling and burning sensations, according to M... More »

The symptoms of a stress headache, or tension headache, include dull, aching pain; tenderness in the scalp, shoulder or neck regions; and pressure or tightness on the sides or back of the head or across the forehead, exp... More »

Signs of a pinched or compressed nerve in the neck include numbness, tingling, a pain that radiates out from the neck into the back, head and arms, and weakness when trying to turn the neck, according to WebMD. These sym... More »

Symptoms of a pinched neck nerve vary among individuals and include pain that radiates from the neck, muscle weakness, and a burning or prickling sensation, according to WebMD. Symptoms may occur with or without pain. More »