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... just at what areas did they do that EMG on? ... (4 replies)
... Ok so I am having neck pain and arm pain numbness and muscle spasms. I have had an MRI of my neck and I have spinal stenosis and herniated disks on 2 levels. I also experience daily headaches from my neck. ... (2 replies)
... Cervical MRI shows that I have 2 discs compressing some nerve roots which is giving pain in arm and numbness in thumb. The pain less intense now. EMG test showed mild C6. ... (3 replies)

... The interesting thing is that it took two weeks for the arm pain to start. It seems, from your description that is nerve related. I guess it is possible that you had an injury to your spine that caused nerve damage. ... (3 replies)
... MRI of the cervical spine being normal is great great news. But the symptoms you reference could be anything from soft tissue damage or TOS or nerve impingement or any multitude of things. ... (3 replies)
... Lumbar MRI ruled out lower back issues causing numbness in my feet. ... (10 replies)
... d hook together to move your head. At each vertebra except C1 there are a pair of nerves that peels off the cord and go out to the body...one nerve to each side. In between the vertebrae are the disks, big spongy pads that cushion the bones. ... (23 replies)
... everyone possible. I was even offered a Spinal Cord Stimulator at one time but I had refused it. Finally in mid of 2010 I met a Pain Mgmt Dr and he was one of the greatest Dr's I had seen in those 2 years. ... (4 replies)
... NCV and it does not have anything at the top which says normal or not normal I had it done right in the neuros office.. ... (16 replies)
EMG before ESI?
Jun 20, 2011
... t actually showing possible velocity flow impact that can come from certain types of inflammation with the spinal areas too, if this were me, i would obtain that EMG first. ... (4 replies)
... Just before Thanksgiving, I began to have some numbness in my left arm radiating down to my hand. I went to see my GP as I was again concerned with yet another potential symptom of MS. ... (4 replies)
... y were really looking for when they did the 1 and only MRI, my guess would be broken anything. I think I am due for another, I have been having some tingling and numbness in my right arm and fingers. I did a lot of research on my own and brought it to my doctor because i was not getting any answers just more pills to take. ... (14 replies)
... and most likely, the EMG would be somewhat revealing if this was the problem. As far as me, my diagnosis is still in the air. ... (46 replies)
... I haven't posted here in awhile... ... (46 replies)
... I can't even associate it as positional, though sometimes it kicks in harder than others. I feel absolutely awful... ... (13 replies)
... About 5 months after that, all the neuro stuff started and the neck and arm pain intensified. So, 10 months I am still dealing with it all. ... (23 replies)
... freezing forearm and numbness in middle finger. Go to emergency room and get knocked out kind of continuous pain. ... (19 replies)
... nerve root." Needless to say, tons of pain, arm numbness etc. No surgery, gradual improvement in symptoms for 4 months. ... (4 replies)
... The twitching makes me the craziest. It's very random, but only in my left arm and hand and side. ... (6 replies)
Anyone similar?
Mar 22, 2005
... and I keep falling hard on my butt. I am currently healing from a lumbar fusion and that is doing great. However, the thing that initially took me out of work in July is NOT really improving. ... (7 replies)


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