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... Chuckstr....Thank you so much for your reply!!! I appreciate it that you say not to go to a chiropractor. Since I had my Fusion surgery in 2003 I have tried everything known to man to get out of pain. There is no one more confused than me. ... (7 replies)
... Wow, I would expect that an injury like that would have smashed vertebrae in your neck if not worse. But it appears like mostly chronic degenerative changes. Have you had the pain for the entire 18 months or when did it start? ... (2 replies)
... I hurt my lower back at work in Feb 2014. After seeing the work comp docs they said it was a straind muscle and deemed it not work related. Luckily Work Comp sent me to a spine specialist and said his findings would be final. ... (1 replies)

... Approximately 2 hours there now... The resident doctor tells me that I need surgery after looking at the MRI images. He says that it looks like I had an injury or some type of trauma in order to have what he saw on the MRI. ... (10 replies)
... I have cervical spondylosis too and I'm only 50. I also have OA in my knees. feet and shoulders. It's not that painful yet and I've had surgeries to remove bone spurs or to clean out arthritic joints which had helped. ... (46 replies)
... I'm late to the party but would like to join in. I have cervical spondylosis...and all that is, is a fancy word for osteoarthritis of the spine. ... (46 replies)
... Or did he just look at the MRI and think that it wasn't bad enough to cause your symptoms, so the problem must be down in the arm? ... (23 replies)
... Well that PM is crazy. After looking at your MRI results he should be trying something. Did he offer or try any nerve blocks, injections etc...? ... (12 replies)
... its not coming from the cervical. ... (4 replies)
... ********** Thank you very much for your time to read my concerns and respondig. I think this site is great and it does a lot of help emotionally t hear others stories and get feedback from others. Chin Up:) (7 replies)
... Today I had a follow up with my pain doctor for my 3rd injection which did not work. He actually gave me a referral to see a neurosurgeon because he said surgery would be considered unless I wanted to live with the pain. ... (11 replies)
... and above my shoulder blades came and went with stress, and I would work out the knots and be over with it in a few days. However last year I got a really deep cough which enflamed the left side of my rib cage and my back pain. ... (7 replies)
... were mild at the time. But my nerve pain was starting to get were I could not stand it, so i asked for help. He recommended PT and Darvecet. Neither worked and I progressed to a home traction machine. ... (13 replies)
... S1. That was not a typo. Keep in mind, the fusion wasn't done in one surgery. ... (2 replies)
Mri help??
Aug 13, 2015
... pain, but a lumbar issue will not cause any symptoms above the waist. So, no, your lumbar disc problems are not causing your neck pain. ... (1 replies)
... It looks like you would benefit from seeing a pain management specialist. ... (7 replies)
... myelopathic symptoms, and it sounds like there is from your description, then surgery may be your only option. In my opinion, whenever surgery is on the table I would get multiple opinions from the best spine specialists you can find. People who work with folks with back problems all the time. ... (5 replies)
... c5 was pressing my spinal cord and if I didn't have surgery immediately, I would become paralyzed. Did that after much prayer, but my hand, arm, shoulder and neck symptoms never went away, still have them today. ... (8 replies)
... t and the doctor put me back on Tegretol for my nerve pain in my head. So I have been trying to get over the side effects of that and the steroids I had as well. Not sure if I will do the injections again as the side effects are were really bad. Hot flushes, no sleep, incredible hunger which of course includes weight gain. ... (29 replies)
... ring from chronic lower back pain for two years. She also suffered from occasional incontinence. She was diagnosed with fibromyalgia and was put on meds that did not work. She has had a pelvic exam, CT scans, ultrasounds and a cystoctopy all in which came back without any concern. Both of her symptom got worse. ... (11 replies)

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