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... I'm sure this all seems like a blur. Sometimes we have months or years to contemplate spine surgery, but other times there is some urgency to take care of the problems sooner than later. ... (5 replies)
... it has come on suddenly so you haven't had a chance to adjust to the news. Rest assured, everyone reacts this way initially. There is no such thing as a small spine surgery. Even the least invasive procedure is still a big deal. ... (5 replies)
... I would personally never agree to disc replacement surgery without getting several opinions from both a neurosurgeon and an orthopedic spine surgeon, and you would want to do lots of research on the doctor's experience with ADR and success rates, etc. ... (3 replies)

... Thank you teteri66. Makes sense. At my last visit with my spine doc he actually asked me which one I wanted to do. ... (3 replies)
... ESIs are a conservative treatment modality used to treat various spinal degenerative issues and the symptoms caused by them. Artificial disc replacement is a major intrusive surgical procedure that impacts the structural integrity of the spine. These two topics are not usually a "one or the other" option! When a person has an issue like a herniated or degenerative disc,... (3 replies)
... which is a condition when one vertebra slips over the top of the adjacent vertebra. It can create some instability in the segment of the spine that is affected. ... (1 replies)
... I had two MRIs done, one of my head, the other of my lower back. This year at roughly the same point of time I had another round of MRIs done, one of my cervical spine and again of my lower back. I recently received my results and do not know what they mean. ... (1 replies)
... Welcome to the board. Usually we think of the cervical spine causing problems in the arms, hands, neck and shoulders, and lumbar spinal issues causing problems in legs and feet. ... (1 replies)
... needles in my legs, can your cervical spine affect your legs? ... (1 replies)
C spine mri
Sep 7, 2017
... Welcome to the board. The normal human spine has three curves. ... (1 replies)
... Urgh.. Is it even possible that my reversed cervical lordosis affected my back spine or disc? ... (4 replies)
Cervical spine MRI
Aug 15, 2017
... I assume you are under the care of a spine surgeon. You might consider getting an opinion from a second spine surgeon just for comparison. ... (3 replies)
Cervical spine MRI
Aug 14, 2017
... thanks for your reply. In answer to your question about my ankylosing spondylitis: my AS is confined to my Sacro-ileac (SI). My neck issues have always been degenerative. I am concerned about the multi-level stenosis and the progression of my symptoms.I will check on line for the dermatome map. (3 replies)
Cervical spine MRI
Aug 14, 2017
... ent is good and there is no loss of disc height. There is some narrowing of the foraminal openings...which puts pressure on these spinal nerves as they exit the spine and go out to the area of the body that nerve innervates. You can look online for a "dermatome map" to see which nerve innervates which area of the body. ... (3 replies)
... It is always possible that you have had this reverse cervical spine curve for a long time but it was never noticed before due to lack of symptoms. Then the ligaments stretched and you developed symptoms. ... (4 replies)
... My mri report says that I have conspicuous reverse cervical spine and i have bulging disc from c2 to c6. ... (4 replies)
... Loss of the lordotic curve in the cervical spine can be caused by posture and by tight ligaments, muscles and soft tissue. I think it could be caused by the airplane experience. ... (4 replies)
... s, tingling and pain on my right hand and arm. So my neurologist ordered an mri on cervical spine. And the results shows that I have conspicuous reverse cervical spine that the doctor does not think caused by positioning only. About six months ago, I was on an airplane and dozed off too hard. ... (4 replies)
... Welcome to the board. The MRI reveals degenerative disc disease which is a technical word to describe "wear and tear" that occurs to the intervertebral disc or discs causing chronic pain. The discs are the soft, gelatinous cushions between the bones of the spine. They are composed of 90+% moisture. As we age, the discs lose moisture and tend to flatten, bringing the bones... (3 replies)
... I previously had 2 x MRI BRAIN which were clear but neuro wanted mri repeated with contrast and wanted c spine MRI also to rule out CSF leak or any issues with c spine. ... (3 replies)

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