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New MRI
Oct 29, 2014
... I havent been on here for awhile. Im still waiting for surgery, been 3.5 years now since I went to my GP and they knew i had a history of spondylolisthesis. I have been offered a mutli level lumbar fusion with laminectomy. I was offered this on 1 August by my consultant. ... (2 replies)
... Hi and welcome to the boards! Straightening of the cervical spine usually occurs from muscle spasm in the neck muscles. The muscle relaxants would probably help, and if you experience side effects you don't like, you can ask for a different one. Some are more sedating than others. ... (1 replies)
Mri
Oct 28, 2014
... facet may be ganglion type.4. Straightening of the cervical lordosis. ... (0 replies)

... Thanks for the quick and comprehensive reply! ... (4 replies)
Focal Myelomalacia
Oct 27, 2014
... rst post here ever. I need advice on my condition, as it seems the more I google or search it, the more concerned I get. Back in 1986 I had suffered a concussion and whiplash. Through out the years I have progressively gotten more pain, with more numbness and such, 1st MRI 2008 shows all disc's in my cervical spine herniated. ... (3 replies)
... I'm new to the forum and I had just recently had an MRI of the Cervical Spine. ... (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)
... Welcome to the board. First of all, try not to worry or be scared. Yes, you will need a MRI to be able to see what is going on... ... (3 replies)
... I would consider seeing one. They are the experts in evaluating all the diagnostics and suggesting appropriate treatment. They will also be able to judge whether or not your husband has reached the point that conservative treatment won't help. ... (4 replies)
... To understand the MRI you need to know a little bit about spinal anatomy. In the cervical spine there are 7 vertebrae, C1 at the top of the spine around the base of your skull, through C7 roughly at the juncture between your neck and shoulders. ... (4 replies)
... u to x rays obtained over the last year and a half. Pain has continued to worsen, and is intensified by prolonged sitting, riding in a car, or really just anytime without a position change. ... (4 replies)
... Unfortunately while I feel comfortable commenting on the spine, my knowledge of the brain is very limited and I wouldn't want to say something that turned out to be wrong. ... (8 replies)
... My MRI was done because of a car accident. I am in constant pain in my neck and shoulders. ... (8 replies)
... Good grief. You are lucky to be alive. As spine issues go, your MRI isn't bad at all. However having read your description of the accident, I would imagine this MRI is not showing what all may be causing your pain. ... (4 replies)
... Flattening of the physiological cervical lordosis is present. ... (4 replies)
... u to x rays obtained over the last year and a half. Pain has continued to worsen, and is intensified by prolonged sitting, riding in a car, or really just anytime without a position change. ... (0 replies)
... Before I start writing about my CT, let me move back a couple of steps. My car accident was May 27,2014. ... (8 replies)
... I have an appt with Pain Mngment and a neurologist. ... (8 replies)
... Like with most of you it's been a long journey with neck problems and related pain. ... (4 replies)
... I am having so much pain in my right shoulder blade, sometimes it travels to the back of my right upper arm and occasionally to my elbow. ... (6 replies)


Associated Tags: burning pain, c1 c2, c1 c2 fusion, cervical fusion, cervical fusion post op, cervical spine, discectomy, fusion surgery, neck pain, shoulder blade, stenosis

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