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... I'm the guy living abroad again. A montha ago I did a stretching/yoga position and had strange pains in the cervical region (where neck and shoulders connect). The first time I went to the normal "local doctor" who is assigned to different areas, who said that there is absolutely nothing to worry about. However, the pain got worse and worse in the course of a month I had... (4 replies)
... Details Study Result INDICATION: Cervicalgia. TECHNIQUE: Multisequence, multiplanar MRI of the cervical spine was performed on a 3 Tesla magnet without contrast. Obtained sequences include: Sagittal T1, sagittal T2, sagittal STIR, axial T2, and T2 medic axial. (1 replies)
Oct 30, 2013
... The common meaning in the medical field for "Cervicalgia" is "Neck Pain". Steroid Injections: From what I studied & have come to understand that the "Recommended" dosage of steroid injection is about 3 times per year... Any more than that you run the risk if deterioration of the bone. "Radiofrequency Ablation"(RFA), Cervical Block, or as you put it burning of the... (2 replies)

Oct 29, 2013
... Has anyone had facet joint injections c2, c3, or know how many years is safe to keeping burning the nerves? Or weak muscle and occipital pain to where to skull is out of place and you have to snap it back into place with swelling and pain. Or know anything about cervicalgia? Or steroids in the facet joints in the occipital, c1 joints? When does steroids injection start to... (2 replies)
... Signs& Symptoms: FINAL REPORT 6/18/2013 5:21 PM SPINE, CERVICAL 4-5 VIEWS/ROUTINE HISTORY: {Reason} 723.1 - Cervicalgia COMPARISON: None (8 replies)
Misaligned spine
Oct 6, 2012
... i will post my mri report on my cervical spine to see if it would help i had the mri in june of 2012 PROCEDURE: MRI OF THE CERVICAL SPINE COMPARISON: None. INDICATIONS: Cervicalgia. FINDINGS: (4 replies)
... PROCEDURE: MRI OF THE CERVICAL SPINE COMPARISON: None. INDICATIONS: Cervicalgia. FINDINGS: Sagittal T2, T1 inversion recovery and axial T2 images of the cervical spine were obtained along with localizer images. (19 replies)
... On Tuesday I go for my first PT visit. The lady on the phone said I will need to bring my script, fill out some papers and be evaluated. This is what my script says... Therapeutic Exercise: per evaluation. Manual Techniques: per evaluation. Modalities: per evaluation. Diagnosis: cervicalgia, cervical ddd, cervical stenosis. Frequency: 2-3 times per week. (2 replies)
... Sammy, Sorry it took me so long to get back to you, but to answer your question, all of them looked at the same MRI. MY MRI report is one and a half pages just for my cervical cervical spine and it shows moderate to severe foraminal stenosis at 4/5 and 5/6 with 5/6 pressing into the cord . My 5/6 disc was already herniated from 5 years ago, but the 4/5 ruptured after the... (6 replies)
... Hi Everyone, I am scheduled for surgery on November 8th but still unsure. Had a car accident in May 2007 and I have had left arm numbness and radicular pain since then and recently it has started on the right shoulder and numbness in fingers. I had 5 surgical consults, but have spent most of my time with two docs, one is board certified neuro and the other is board... (1 replies)
... Hi, cervical spondylosis means arthritis in the upper spine. Cervicalgia is .. ... (3 replies)
... I found out I have cervicocranial syndrome, cervicalgia and cervical spondylosis. If anyone knows what these are I would appreciate any info!... now all I have to do is find out what my lower back was diagnosed with. ... (3 replies)
... Cervical nerve pain can cause the symtpoms you mention - if the pain is not relieved by over the counter medications, muscle relaxants or rest you should consider further treatment. (4 replies)
... Now this makes me even more worried... my doctors actually said it's muscle pain. If it really is muscle pain, then is it normal that it also affects the nerves? Please tell me if you have any idea/experience. By the way, they told me to take the following for a week: Tizanidine (Zanaflex/Sirdalud) and Ketoprofen (Orudis/Oruvail/Ketoflam) (4 replies)
... No MRI. Yes, there were some questions and answers, after which they performed several tests like making me to pull their fingers towards me, and apart from me, pushing things, etc. With a metal object he later pressed into several areas of my back, neck and shoulders asking whether the pressing itself caused any new pain. And he also turned my head up and down, etc. Since... (4 replies)
... Did you have an MRI done? Or was the exam they did just by answers to your questions or by just looking at you? I certainly cant tell you whats wrong, but "burning" is usually described with nerve pain, although you can have a burning feeling in your muscles when you over do it, too. Oh, also I've had bad muscle spasms that caused wide spread burning feelings b/c the muscle... (4 replies)
... Below are results from an MRI of the neck. All the doctor's office said was to make an appointment with a doctor that does non-invasive treatment/rehab. Any idea what this means or how bad or not bad at all? Thanks. MR IMAGING OF THE CERVICAL SPINE Clinical Problem: Cervicalgia. Procedure: Sagittal T1 proton density and T2 axial gradient echo and T1 imaging... (4 replies)
Dec 31, 2002
... Ther is some good info online, on cervicogenic or cervicalgia headaches, they are caused by the narrowed disc spaces, pressure on the nerves, spasm etc. ... (12 replies)

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