Scorequick wrote:Peripheral nerve injuries are not common in noncontact sports.
However, in contact and collision sports such as football and rugby,
brachial plexus injuries occur often.
A stinger or burner as it can also be called, is a very common injury in football. This injury involves a stretch or compression of the brachial plexus (a complex system of nerves that involve the back, neck, shoulders, and arms). Stingers generally cause shooting pain down the arm(s). This type of injury requires various amounts of recovery time.
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Willie Anderson of the Balimore Ravens.
did i win a quako?
Good answer if McCoy had shooting pains down his arm or a burning sensation. Instead he could not feel anything! That is the "freak" part about it.