... HI, after pretty much being the bulldozer in my family,.Mid Feb this year I went to get up one morning and could not stand or walk.My legs were completely dead.It took about 45 mins to cover the 8ft to my door.Nine days later,both arms were useless.I have since gained more than 60% of arm strength back. To date; I have had two xrays.Two CT Scans one with one w/o contrast.One... (1 replies)
... I would really like to know what has been done for you since your post in March. My MRI results show L5 S1 anterior subluxation and inward extreme curvature. ... (1 replies)
... You were in an auto accident, they gave you PT and multiple cortisone shots, and THEN an MRI? Have you considered a new bunch of docs?
Your disk in between the C5 and C6 vertebrae has herniated, that is, some of the soft inner material has broken through the tough outer shell. This material has gone backward with a right-side bias. Your spinal canal has thus been narrowed... (1 replies)
... I was in an auto accident in early July. After months of pain, physical therapy and multiple cortisone shots I finally had an MRI. I received a copy of the results today and was wondering if someone would be able to help me understand them in plain English as my doctor's appointment isn't for several more days. ... (1 replies)
... I have been reading some debilitating results from cervical epidurals, so am scared to death of that choice. ... (2 replies)
... Thanks. I Got a call from the nurse at my dr. office shortly after I posted this and she said that my results were normal. ... (3 replies)
... Again, I don't wish to hijack your thread, but I need Web Dozer's opinion on my MRI results that I posted several days ago. Can I get my name on the short list for a consult, please? ... (10 replies)
... t give me much detail without sitting down and reviewing the results. My neurologist gave me a call today and told me that the EMG results matched up to my MRI results. ... (10 replies)
... I started having problems back in 2007, and each MRI I have had, has unfortunately shown things as getting worse... ... (1 replies)
... Reversed lordosis is extremely common with age. Severity depends on extent of lordosis, and doc doesn't go out of his way to indicate a problem.
I don't know what he means by "protrusion". Some radiologists ise that to mean a bulge, and other to mean a herniation, which is worse.
Anyway, you've got a bunch of right-side nerve root problems. Might cause pain in your neck,... (2 replies)
... I did receive my results from my neurologist today. I included them on this post. ... (10 replies)
... Another MRI showed herniations in my thoracic spine. ... (1 replies)
... o lost a significant amount of strength in my right bicep. I was doing dumbbell curls at 45 pounds and now struggle to do repetitions at 25 pounds. I had a new MRI performed and had a series of cervical nerve root injections, which did not help. ... (10 replies)
... Someone alerted me that we pain-in-the-neck folks get help here on the spinal board. I'm new here, learning my way around. I am so impressed with all the info & knowledge shared!
I would appreciate it greatly if someone could please help me understand my MRI results:
Reversal of the normal cervical lordosis at C4-5.
Spinal cord has normal signal.
Cerebellar tonsils... (2 replies)
... I'm posting my MRI results below. ... (4 replies)
... Please help me understand my MRI results. Neck pain for years, suddenly got very bad 6 months ago. ... (10 replies)
... I showed my MRI report to my physical therapist today and he explained a lot of it to me. ... (4 replies)
... Your MRI really doesn't look all that bad. ... (4 replies)
... I'm no expert but have a similar MRI story. ... (4 replies)
... I have recently been diagnosed with a syrinx and a bulging disc. I was in a car accident which totaled my car a couple months ago. I finally got my mri results back and this is what I've discovered. ... (2 replies)