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... HI everyone, My mylegram showed a bone spur that is causing the nerve to tingle into my arm. Neuro surgeon said I did not need surgery just the injections. Three of them but not all at once. ... (0 replies)
... and that sort of trigger some spur or disk to "contact" a nerve... ... (3 replies)
... he said "I can understand why your wife was in so much pain. What we saw on the tests to me mild foraminal narrowing was actually severe and that bone spur we thought to be small was also very large. ... (8 replies)

... months later, my neck was doing great just through PT and massage but my shoulder was getting worse. Had shoulder surgery 10 weeks ago. Part of the acromium bone was removed along with 10 bone spurs and a 2 inch rotator cuff repaired. Left side neck pain gone. ... (17 replies)
... I seem to have the same problem. 10 months of Dr. after Dr. Have multiple cervical issues. Bulged disks, stenosis, A large bone spur indenting my cord at the C5-C6 and a possible pinched nerve at the C7. About a month after the dx and taking a medrol pack, I started to have problems swallowing. Have seen the PCP, 2 ENT"S, Have a slightly enlarged thryroid that was biopsied,... (4 replies)
... with a bone spur and herniation both causing cord compression and cord flattening. I couldn't even stretch my arms out due to the nerve pain. ... (80 replies)
C5 C6 Fusion
Oct 22, 2005
... Sounds like you have a herniation that is pressing on the nerves. My doctor told me that herniations will go away in about 2 years but a bone spur will not. It depends on how bad the never is being pinched. ... (5 replies)
C5 C6 Fusion
Oct 19, 2005
... c6 fusion, and that if i dont have the surgery the area will calcify, and will form a bone spur and i will be in much more pain than im in now. Im only 22. He said that is a great thing for me because im young and my body should heal very well. ... (5 replies)
... are plated with bone from my hip for the fusion. ... (80 replies)
... I went to surgery the 10th of this month (9 days ago) because of a collapsed disc and 2 bone spurs at C5-C6. Lots of pain, numbness, the whole gamut of problems. make a long story short, I had "Dr Miracle" for a surgeon! I went into surgery at 2pm and left the hospital at 8pm with only a sore throat where the incision is. When I woke up in recovery my first... (8 replies)
... C6 discectomy and fusion with donor bone, and had severe bone spurs removed. My surgery resulted from an accident compressing my disk, and minor resulting cord trauma. ... (6 replies)
... His doctor said that there is no need in doing an mri all that would do is cost thousands of dollars for comp and that they are not very accurate. I am gonna try and suggest a milogram to her tomorrow if comp won't let him change doctors. (11 replies)
... it down. The first few days they should have had him on ice. Keep it moving as you don't want problems develping from no moving. My hisband's turned out to be a bone spur inferring with the nerve. He also has two herniated disks. If your husband wants an MRI right away Workman's Comp automatically approves one. ... (11 replies)
... I had what felt like a softball wedged in my throat. After being in recovery for an hour or so I was sent for an xray to confirm proper placement of the fussed bone grafts taken from the bone bank. Everything seemed fine. I was left to recover in the hospital until the next morning. ... (4 replies)
... Hi anitapj, I have been diagnosed with herniated disk (C5-6) with nerve root compression and mild cord deformity. I also have right-sided osteophyte(bone spur) foraminal stenosis(narrowing of spinal canal). I had my MRI done Sept. 7, and have been to 3 different neurosurgeons since then. Yes, they ALL have different opinions. The first 2 said yes, surgery. The 3rd one sent me... (2 replies)
... -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- I'm at a crossroads. The decision is whether to have an anterior or posterior revision of a failed attempt at a C6/C7 fusion with a PEEK in February of 2010. I am a 56 year old male at about 155 pounds. A little history. The bad news is I have had 6 total spinal surgeries commencing in my early... (7 replies)
... vy stuff and am very ashamed and embarrassed to have to be on these. But like, I think it was Dozer said, it depends how far into the muscles they had to cut. My bone spur on the left side was pretty large as opposed to the right side which wasn't as big. So they cut down pretty far to get that big spur off. ... (7 replies)
... I do wish you all the best with your post opp. I can relate with you every step of the way as i had c4/c5 and c6/c7 posterior foraminotomy 9 weeks ago. The first 2 weeks i felt pretty good and seemed to get worse after that and shaking alot and burning in finger tips but i was constantly reasured that this was normal as the nerves are now coming back to life after 7 years and... (7 replies)
... The Surgery went extremely well from the NS point of view. My biggest problem was a large nail like bone spur pushing into a nerve exiting C6. ... (0 replies)
... omeone who broke their neck in an accident and has extensive vertebrae damage likely has a higher risk of something like paralysis as opposed to someone having a bone spur removed. ... (14 replies)

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