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... I was first told that i had muscle spasms and was given muscle relaxers and inflammation meds, the pain was so bad i would be in tears, only thing that helps just a bit was putting my arm up. ... (1 replies)
... While continuing my endless research for answers I came upon this and wondered if any of you had heard this and what your thoughts were...It was just one of those things that made me go hmmmmm...brings a few more questions to mind...Onward with the research... ... (6 replies)
... Hi K..This is my first post on this site.... ... (12 replies)

... I normally hang out on the chronic pain board. Have a thoracic spine injury which has been fused but chronic pain because the T8 nerve on the right was badly damaged. ... (3 replies)
Residual Nerve ??
May 23, 2007
... Exactly what is Residual Nerve? ... (0 replies)
Help - I'm the 10%
Jun 26, 2010
... MJ....had an about an anatomy lesson....might make it easier to understand the terminology. ... (75 replies)
... I had a Cervical MRI that I would ask that someone translate for me. My histor is extensive as I have had chronic pain for the past 10 years since my last surgery in July 2001. ... (4 replies)
... Hi. I too had degenerative disc disease that was diagnosed back in my 30's. Mine was due to being thrown into a wall by an out of control child. I am now in my 50's and had to have surgery due to spinal stenosis and foraminal stenosis. ... (2 replies)
... Tracy, you have alot of the same symptoms I have, in fact I really feel for you. I dont have it going into the head area, thank god. Just get the worst headaches if anyone messes with my neck. ... (9 replies)
... i always say my little sammy prayer hon. i still really feel that alot of what is truely exascerbating that lumbar crap IS related to alot of the muscle involvement you have had going on sammy. really. ... (11 replies)
... Welcome to the board. I would suggest you get another opinion from a neurosurgeon. I assume the orthopedic surgeon was an orthopedic spine surgeon. You only want to see specialists that treat neck and back issues only. ... (4 replies)
... OK, given that you have straightening of the lordotic curve, your cervical spine seems to be in pretty good shape. Probably because you're still young. ... (6 replies)
... Hi Braccine...I love your kitty. Why is it that cats in hats looks so funny? ... (5 replies)
Need help!
Jun 22, 2012
... spasmodic medications, I continue to suffer with neck, shoulder and bilateral arm pain and parasthesias to the fingers and also left shoulder blade. ... (6 replies)
... spasmodic medications, I continue to suffer with neck, shoulder and bilateral arm pain and parasthesias to the fingers and also left shoulder blade. ... (0 replies)
... it felt like someone hit me with a hammer. My GP thought it was a pinched nerve and prescribed the usual drugs, NSAI's etc. ... (2 replies)
... and turned it into a nightmare. I've been dealing with DDD since the 2000. I've worked hard my entire life and very seldom ever missed a day of work. Aches and pains were never an option for me. ... (9 replies)
... OK, I'm going to assume that he got a little sloppy, and that "minimal" refers to the left foraminal narrowing. That makes the most sense. ... (4 replies)
... Just a couple basic comments on spinal anatomy. I find it helpful to think of the spinal column as a "highway" that carries messages back and forth from the brain to the nerves that control various parts of the body. This system carries signals of sensation and movement. ... (3 replies)
... First, let's talk about the difference between nerve compression and cord compression. When you have a compressed nerve, it causes pain and the other symptoms you have down the arm. But cord compression does not. It causes symptoms anywhere in the body BELOW the level of compression... ... (23 replies)

Associated Tags: back pain, c5-c6 herniated disc, cervical disc, mri, scoliosis, shoulder pain, spinal chord compression

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