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... dizziness, fogginess, arms going numb easily, headaches, neck problems, stiffness of shoulders, chest pain and pressure... you name it. ... (9 replies)
... that puts the spine in extension, such as gymnastics, diving, dance, etc. is particularly suspect. Also kids who play football or other sports involving impact can develop it. Often there is a pars fracture that leads to the one vertebra sliding over the top of the adjacent one. ... (3 replies)
... My daughter is 18 and has been in chronic pain for the last 4 years, following a soccer collision that left her with an L5 fracture on the right side and pars defect, which could have been there since birth.. ... (3 replies)

... pillows. I was given pain meds, and doing physical therapy, along with the injections. After the round of p.t., my lower back did not get any better. ... (1 replies)
... the neck or the nasal septal deviation? ... (4 replies)
... I am kind of the same way, when I am more active the pass is less, but when I am sitting at the computer the pain is severe and my head gets foggy as well. I haven't been to the physio but I do have an appointment with a pain management doctor this upcoming week. ... (4 replies)
... I don'tget numbness in my limbs and when I play sport my neck seems to be ok as well does the foggy head. Is this similar to yourself? ... (4 replies)
... have been suffering with similar symptoms for the past five years. Within the last year my memory and my thoughts seem clouded. I feel unproductive and then the pain from my neck just adds even more insult to injury. ... (4 replies)
... I am hoping someone can help me by there own experience or knowledge. ... (4 replies)
... mg, Soma 350mg, and Diclofenac 75mg. I am assuming he's going to refer me to an orthopedist but I'm not sure yet. I have been told my neck is the worst by a chiropractor. ... (19 replies)
... Lumbar spine. Can anyone tell me what some of the terminology means so I have a heads up before I go to the dr. I do have pain and numbness between my shoulder blades, pain at my neck, pain in lower back, sciatica pain and alot of numbness and weakness in my legs and feet. ... (19 replies)
... I'll make this concise since I know probably no one wants to read a small novel...I've had back pain between my shoulder blades for the last few days on and off. ... (7 replies)
... I don't know if it is my doctor or what but i am stressed and wish i knew what was wrong. Started a month ago with neck pain cant turn my neck to right and had arm numbness and pins and needles in my hand. The doctor prescribed a muscle relaxer and ibuprofen 800mg which did nothing for me. ... (3 replies)
... nor arthritis,and i have a buldging disc in my lumbar area. one thing my dr hasnt answered is i am having bad muscle spasms from them being pulled.can the spasms cause weird stinging feelings in your body? ... (0 replies)
... it can push out of the disc space into the opening, thereby blocking it or taking up space that is needed for the nerve to function properly. ... (1 replies)
... orse and coming and going on other things. The right side of my neck is a big issue right now, it keeps locking up and I am having muscle spasms alone with serve pain from the shoulder all the way up to the ear cause headaches, ear pain and vision problems. ... (4 replies)
... No falls or accidents. Most days I go to bed and can't sleep because my sciatica is so bad. I get muscle spasms in my back just about everyday. My pain comes from my neck, between shoulder blades, lower back and sciatica. ... (19 replies)
... Thanks for info.don't get me wrong. I consider myself very lucky. What I am afraid of is the pain in my neck and back if I am sitting and or standing for just a few hours. Puts tons of pressure on both. ... (19 replies)
... moved out of someone drew a line across it...that is what you have. No need to move it back into place or pin it in place and it hasn't shifted to cause a problem with your spinal cord or spinal nerves. It is the best possible fracture you can get. All it has to do is heal in place. ... (19 replies)
... that are building up on the backside of the bone at the edges. These can rub together and cause a lot of pain or grow further and pinch a nerve. ... (4 replies)

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