Pain classification in non-specific arm pain

Can algorithms help classify non-specific arm pain more adequately?

Non-specific arm pain (NSAP) is an upper limb disorder that is diagnosed based upon the exclusion of specific pathology. The condition is often accompanied by weakness and paraesthesia – which in some cases may indicate involvement of neural tissues. Classification of NSAP can aid the clinician in decision making regarding different therapy modalities.

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