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... mms at the worst and other areas around what you have....7mms. ... (13 replies)
... all of those osteophytes are also impinging on the foramina. If "severe", the stenosis is very likely affecting the peripheral nerve, which at this level is the C6. ... (20 replies)
... of the cervical spine. ... (20 replies)

... Thanks for the response.......I don't know why I'm thinking the worst case scenario... ... (46 replies)
... Hopefully surgery would relieve all nerve symptoms if you catch it in time. Worst case scenario, it makes you worse. Nerve pain doesn't improve and back, neck, and shoulders get worse and you develop headaches. That's worse case. ... (5 replies)
... The rest of the cervical spine appears to be OK. ... (1 replies)
... n your share of troubles, especially for someone so young. I'm really sorry about that. You finally found a good doc, though, that is, the one who sent you for a cervical MRI. ... (13 replies)
... seems to think realigning my spine with an ALIF will help the Cervical issue without surgical intervention. ... (0 replies)
... All right, feedback. First of all, Chiropractors, stay away from them. They are NOT for treating neck pain. Neck has tendonds, ligaments, muscles, disks and NERVE INTERSECTION. You just don't want them to touch or manipulate your neck, period. There are some people in this board who had to go through neck SURGERY cause of chiropractors. I hope I'm clear on that one. As... (28 replies)
... It was not so bad. Electrical like shocks went on in both arms and in my neck for about 30 minutes. I had a great PRN doing this for me and prepared me for the worst ones. ... (1 replies)
... there is a left paramedian disc herniation which contacts and slightly compresses the cervical cord. the disc height is well maintained. ... (258 replies)
... The cervical spine is different from the lumbar spine in that issues like a herniated disc or stenosis can cause pain that is felt in the neck or along the pathway of the cervical spine. ... (4 replies)
MRI Help?
Dec 17, 2014
... The report indicates generally mild arthritic changes to your cervical spine. Your profile doesn't list your age, but nearly everyone, experiences degenerative changes like this as they get older. ... (2 replies)
... Welcome to the board. I usually post on the "Back Problems" board but happened to notice your post. This board tends to have more members who have cervical spine issues and lumbar spineys tend to read and post on the "Back" board...That being said, let me ask you a couple questions. ... (4 replies)
... nding your spinal canal and holding in the cerebrospinal fluid. These are NOT problems until they reach the cord, and due to your developmental stenosis, in your case they don't have to go as far to reach the cord. ... (7 replies)
... chest problems may be related to cord compression, but I've had severe cervical cord compression twice and never any symptoms like that. Really, to be safe, you need a thoracic MRI. ... (2 replies)
... First, cervical kyphosis is, to my understanding, a strong counterindication for laminoplasty. ... (22 replies)
I made it thru!!
Jun 9, 2003
... RBF I'm new here and am glad to hear everything went OK. Just take it easy for a while. In my case the first week was the worst but after that it has been going pretty well albeit kinda slow. ... (21 replies)

Associated Tags: c myelomalacia, cervical stenosis, flattened cord, myelomalacia, posterior osteophytes, radiculopathy/degenerative, spinal & foraminal stenosis

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