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... Welcome to the board. It would be helpful if you list your symptoms as MRI results without symptom correlation are often not very useful. ... (3 replies)
... I was only given a cd she stated the results would be sent to him by the rad person who reads them. ... (3 replies)
... thank you. These results have shown up in a new MRI. ... (4 replies)

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MRI results
Dec 5, 2014
... e has actually operated on several family members. I'm hoping my issue doesn't require surgery but my primary doctor seems to think that is the only option since MRI results are moderate to severe but who knows at this point. Again thank you. ... (12 replies)
MRI results
Dec 1, 2014
... I have had quite a bit of pain for several years such as headaches, neck and shoulder pain and the list goes on. Can you help with my MRI results? ... (12 replies)
MRI results
Dec 3, 2014
... ves mostly. My main treating spine specialist is an orthopedic surgeon with specialty spine training. My issues are mainly in my cervical spine and when a lumbar MRI didn't find any particular issues that could be causing the fasiculations, he referred me to a neurologist. ... (12 replies)
MRI results
Dec 2, 2014
... Thank you so much for your detailed reply. I do have an appointment with the neurologist on the 10th. I have actually seen him before for the same problem but my MRI at that time was only mild which was a couple years ago. ... (12 replies)
MRI results
Dec 2, 2014
... urgeon with special training in spines that has a spine issue dedicated practice. Those Drs will be able to correlate your symptoms and your diagnostics like the MRI and suggest a good treatment plan. I will say that if the pain is occurring as I described that is known as radiculopathy. ... (12 replies)
Cervical Issues
Dec 13, 2014
... First time post and need help understanding MRI results. The following are my cervical MRI impressions. Will post Thoracic and Lumbar in other posts. ... (0 replies)
MRI results
Dec 11, 2014
... Chuck, I also had muscle twitching in my calves, biceps, and other odd places. The twitching in my calves bothered (concerned) me the most. However, at this point anyway, I haven't had them since my ADR surgery on 12/2. (12 replies)
MRI results
Dec 6, 2014
... The fact that the spinal cord remains normal even though the thecal sac is compressed, and the fact that all other disc levels may allow you to avoid surgery. In any case, Conservative measures will be tried first. It may be that the disc bulge will lessen on its own which might resolve the stenosis. In any case, hopefully you can go on for many years...watching and waiting. (12 replies)
MRI results
Dec 4, 2014
... I agree that most orthos must have fellowship-training to be a spine surgeon, and the fellowships have been around since the 80s whereas it is much more common for a spine neurosurgeon to not have fellowship training beyond the seven year residency, where they may have specialized in spine surgery the last two years of the neurosurgery residency. Most fellowship programs... (12 replies)
MRI results
Dec 3, 2014
... Yes, it is true that many neurosurgeons do not have spine fellowship training. They may choose to set up a spine-only practice, or as you say, be the newbie and get them assigned, but I don't personally believe that makes them spine specialists. It is true, that neurosurgeons and orthopedic surgeons technically do have the right to operate on your spine regardless of... (12 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. When they do choose to specialize in the neck and back, some do go on to do a fellowship in spine... (12 replies)
MRI results
Dec 3, 2014
... He must also be a neurosurgeon. Neurologists, as a specialty, do not have training in surgery. (12 replies)
MRI results
Dec 2, 2014
... Really? A neurologist is the one that did my mom's neck surgery for pretty much the same thing about 7 years ago. (12 replies)
MRI results
Dec 2, 2014
... A neurologist studies the diseases of the nerves. You might want to see a spine specialist -- either a fellowship-trained orthopedic spine surgeon or a neurosurgeon to get an accurate diagnosis and plan of treatment. Neurologists are useful when you need testing such as EMG ....but do not have the further education in the neck and back that is needed for the best diagnosis. (12 replies)
... do these results warrant surgery now? ... (0 replies)
... The thing is also that all of my spine is clicking and mis aligning during the day, should I ask for an MRI to ascertain the full extent of the damage. Am approaching my problem from a diet and exercise perspective now...any advice on the exercise part please. ... (0 replies)


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