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... I have seen a rheumatologist. He says I do not have rheumatoid arthritis. Most of the burning and tingling in my arms was off and on over the past year, but then I got a nerve ablation in my thoracic region and since then both arms, ribs, neck, and back have been burning. ... (9 replies)
... Thank you for your reply to my questions. Something had to be causing my symptoms, and maybe this is the answer. " Myelopathy" I am not due to see my neurologist until March because I still have one more test brain MRI with contrast. ... (6 replies)
... there are spongy discs that provide cushioning and ease of movement. ... (6 replies)

... It is usually helpful to view the results in light of whatever symptoms you may be having so posting your symptoms will lend context to the results. ... (1 replies)
... c6 cervical spine in 2012. My symptoms were neck pain, shoulder pain, weakness in my left arm as well as numbness and tingling in my fingers. after surgery my symptoms subsided but slowly returned. ... (1 replies)
... It's been 5 mos since I was rear ended. Xrays at ER showed nothing worrisome, just straightening of spine. ... (1 replies)
... a flu shot so that I would be guarded as much as possible in a hospital environment. The person that gave me the injection placed the needle very high on my arm, and she even used both thumbs to push the fluid in. I was sitting, she was standing. ... (3 replies)
... You may be in some pain until your appointment with the spine specialist, but you are most likely to not be in any danger. ... (3 replies)
... ray of my neck, we had our answer. ... (3 replies)
MRI Help?
Dec 17, 2014
... cal spine. Your profile doesn't list your age, but nearly everyone, experiences degenerative changes like this as they get older. So if you are older than say 40 and have no symptoms I would say your findings don't warrant much concern. My guess, however is that you do have symptoms which prompted the MRI in the first place. ... (2 replies)
MRI results
Dec 3, 2014
... I don't mean to get picky but lots of neurosurgeons do not have fellowship training in spine surgery. They learn spine and brain surgery during their residencies. Sometimes the specialty develops as a result of doing many more brain surgeries than spine, or vice versa. ... (13 replies)
MRI results
Dec 2, 2014
... A neurologist studies the diseases of the nerves. ... (13 replies)
MRI results
Dec 2, 2014
... Each pair of vertebrae have a spongy disk between them to provide cushioning and space for the spinal cord and nerve roots while allowing the neck to move. ... (13 replies)
... C7 may cause shoulder and neck muscle tension which can cause referred pain like you describe. ... (3 replies)
... You have mild degenerative changes and narrowing of the spinal column which can put pressure on the nerves contained within and exiting the spine. ... (3 replies)
... First off, welcome to the boards. Your MRI results is very complex, as there is disease at multiple levels. A little terminology help will help you understand better what is happening. ... (4 replies)
... Hi my name is Derrick 27 years old 134lbs 6,1 and for the last 9 months i have been having a multitude of symptoms that have compleatly destroyed my health and my mind and im not sure where to turn or what to do at this point so i thought maybe someone here can maybe relate to any of this. ... (5 replies)
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... Welcome to the board. I just saw your post. I am sorry no one responded. I can only assume you are not seeing a spine specialist on a regular basis. ... (4 replies)
... I've had two prior spinal surgeries and fear my next is just around the corner. ... (0 replies)

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