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... I feel for you. I had 2 epidurals for cervical stenosis with the steroid and had negative results. However, I am experiencing pressure in my neck, headaches, weakness, soreness in my shoulders. ... (12 replies)
... Welcome to the board. Since you've had the heart checked out, I would also assume it is muscular. Chest pain as you describe is not typically a symptom of cervical disc issues, while the burning, painful sensations are signs of nerve pain. ... (3 replies)
... Arthritic bone spurs are pushing back into the space for the spinal cord and possibly touching it. This sounds bad, but may or may not be causing you problems. ... (4 replies)

... this is dependent upon the type of problem as well as type of pain. For example, I read a statement paper today from North American Spine Society that said that epidural steroid injections work well if you are having arm pain but not so well for neck pain. ... (23 replies)
... Hi all, This is my first post on here. I'm looking for feedback on your experience dealing with treatments or surgery. ... (7 replies)
... I have cervical spondylosis too and I'm only 50. I also have OA in my knees. feet and shoulders. ... (46 replies)
... I'm late to the party but would like to join in. I have cervical spondylosis...and all that is, is a fancy word for osteoarthritis of the spine. And osteoarthritis is degenerative no matter where it is and is NEVER a reason not fix it. ... (46 replies)
... The cervical vetebral bodies are in anatomic alignment. ... (0 replies)
... the ESI can also be a great diagnostic tool in many cases. I plan on asking for my cervical to be done my next visit. I have no clue whether it will give me relief or not this time around but Im willing to chance it while I'm looking for a good surgeon. ... (15 replies)
... the discs might have been this way for a while. ... (4 replies)
... I, personally, don't want to do the epidural injection, but it's up to you. It's your decision. ... (12 replies)
... Thank you all for your help. ... (12 replies)
... Questions: 1) Whats the difference between nerve block versus epidural steroid injections- is one better than other for cervical issues 2) Besides PT/Medications, what are some of the alternatives that can be done at home and/or at therapy office for severe cervical and/or back pains- Things such as traction unit, sequential stimulator- are there others for massage or... (28 replies)
... I had a cervical epidural for neck and arm pain for my left side. ... (2 replies)
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... not bad, but I was hoping for better. ... (3 replies)
... so far I had one cervical spinal epidural it did not help.I go for number two in two more weeks.Does it take all three shots for the pain to go away.or does this mean its not going to work for me? ... (3 replies)
... injections seems like it will keep me relatively pain free, but only at the expense of any sort of exercise that I actually enjoy. ... (9 replies)
... here is an ESI injection called transforaminal where they only inject at the nerve root instead of flooding the central canal. these are less painful, and work for many people. ... (12 replies)
... Sorry to hear that you are in so much pain. When I had my first epidural, I to had terrible pain and head ache after. Not to mention that the PM doc did it in a place other than directed by my neuro. ... (12 replies)


Associated Tags: cervical, cervical canal stenosis, disc bulge, mri, neck pain, nerve root compression, stenosis, surgery

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