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EMG before ESI?
Jul 19, 2011
... August 31 is the first appt I could get, and they want to find out if the ESIs will help. ... (4 replies)
EMG before ESI?
Jul 18, 2011
... shin and foot. ... (4 replies)
... as well as tore some of the ligiments that surround and hold the vertebre in place. ... (4 replies)

C5-c6
Jun 17, 2011
... d a C5 C6 fusion 3 weeks ago,had the operation all went well,whilst in ICU still was asked to lift head to adjust pillow next thing I new was my arms legs speech and massive pain in back,everything shut down and was rushed back into surgery. ... (5 replies)
... up from those who have had this procedure done in terms of reporting on how their surgery and recovery went. ... (14 replies)
... Time to be nervous again. Went to the OSS office and saw the PA so I didn't have to wait too long. Did a few tests with my fingers, hands and arms and listened to my concerns and symptoms. Having pain in my neck, tightness in my neck and shoulders. Knots in my shoulder blade area. ... (17 replies)
... in my neck or my shoulders, however in October of 2010 I started to have odd sensation on my right leg. My Dr. tried all sorts of things and nothing helped, in December of the same year I started to feel numbness in all of my fingers up my left hand and arm. ... (1 replies)
... I guess I'm just looking for some support and maybe some advice. ... (2 replies)
... I find that I am totally exhausted, achy and at times in significant pain. I have been going to PT 3x a week for 2 weeks now. From here on in, I will go 2x a week. ... (0 replies)
... Well, just completed 1 week back at work and have to say it was "challenging". ... (13 replies)
... I a had successful spinal fusion at level C56, in 1999. I did a year of physical therapy after my procedure and I have done very well. In Feb of 2010, pain in my left shoulder and neck started and in July, I went to orthopedic doc and he diagnosed me with rotator cuff impingement. ... (3 replies)
... but the right side was worse and needed the surgery. ... (13 replies)
... I wouldn't do anything but allow yourself to heal for at least 1 year. You aren't even at the point where most pain disappears except the nerve pain....that's at 6 months. They've played with bones and nerves and all sorts of tissues and you need time to really heal. ... (10 replies)
... I thought i would reply. I had the surgery feb, 2010. I did not have forarm pain before my surery, just pain going to about my biceps on both sides. My neurosergeon NEVER did an EMG prior to the surgery, and i wish he had of. ... (8 replies)
... LabGal......Thank you so much for your opinion and advice!!!! I appreciate it. It is very difficult to figure out which fingers are numb most of the time. It does feel like it is all of them. ... (23 replies)
... C7 were on their way out with C7 in the lead. He also explained why he did not repair those discs. ... (22 replies)
... C7 in early 2011. I need to have C4 added in anyway. ... (22 replies)
... pins and needles in my pinkie, ring finger and middle finger of the left hand. ... (26 replies)
... C6..I guess my opinion goes both ways. I really had to choice but to do the surgery. I herniated the disc, it was going down into the spinal column and was almost to the middle of my shoulder blades by the time they found out what was wrong. ... (25 replies)
... the nerve pain in my hip and right leg is a little better but the right shoulder and arm pain is really bad. ... (11 replies)


Associated Tags: acdf, cat scan results, cervical disks neck, disk ridge complex, emg, emg shows only carpel tunnel, esi spinal injection lumbar nerve pain, mri shows cervical stenosis., neurosurgery, obliteration, pain, physical therapy, radicular pain, severe spinal stenosis

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