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... Thanks for your reply! SPORTS: Running program. I have been running during this time as well, and was running the previous time I've been sitting like this. You know maybe I'm swinging my right arm out a little off? I'm often checking my form when I run indoors, but I suppose it could be an issue. SCAPULA: I should note that this past week I bothered to spend some... (4 replies)
... have neck injury and C4-5, C5-6 and C6-7. Remarkable for intevertebral disc space narrowing. Anterior marginal ostgeophytes. Mild disc dessication. Disc bulge indents secal sac and contact spinal cord at c4, c5-6 with spinal cord compression. foraminal narrowing. Mild central canal stenosis. IMPRESSION: Cervical spondylosis with central disc protrusions at C5-6 and C6-7... (2 replies)
... The reason I'm asking is because it could be due to a sports injury that you are unaware of. Like a repetitive type injury. ... (4 replies)

... Rays done. Nothing. I have had no injury to this area. I have had no surgery done. I now sleep with my left arm raised above my head as that gives me a bit of relief. ... (0 replies)
"snapping scapula"
Feb 12, 2004
... I am also curious about a cortisone shot for this type of injury. I suffered a silmiliar injury eight months ago and I am still in pain and have tingling in my fingers. The injury was sustained from lifeting weight and playing golf. ... (5 replies)
... Fiona welcome to the board and I am a new member and I have gotten some great information from a great group of people on this board. I just wanted to let you know that I suffer from both cervical and lumbar problems also.Understand that even though I have had problems following my cervical surgeries that doesn't mean it will happen to everyone. I have had ACDF done on... (4 replies)
... The pain at this point was not too bad, but I was on a morphine pump for surgical pain, so undoubtedly covering up the scapula pain also. ... (21 replies)
... eone is stabbing me with a knife underneath my left scapula constantly. ... (21 replies)
... I know the pain you are talking about. Although mine wasn't TOS, I had a similar situation years ago. Intense chronic pain in my left scapula region, pins and needles sensation, muscle atrophy, etc. ... (2 replies)
... ecision required to get an accurate diagnosis with these tests. The test can be "uncomfortable" and there are risks which must be considered, however, since this injury will not show up on a CT or MRI, it is really the only way to confirm the extent of nerve injury. ... (21 replies)
... s of myofascial pain, pinched nerve, and muscle tear during that time. Then i went off to college, still feeling pretty bad. At that point there was just pain no injury left. I went to a local doctor there who diagnosed me for scoliosis. ... (0 replies)
... to upper shoulder, bicep, trap and the worst area was lower trap. The same Dr doing the nerve test used ultrasound to look at the muscle along my scapula and noticed a really bad muscle adhesion. He injected the area with a LOT of steroids to break it free. ... (2 replies)
... A heat pack always helped. The initial area where the injury was is no longer painful. It just took many months to heal. ... (48 replies)
... Rays done. Nothing. I have had no injury to this area. I have had no surgery done. I now sleep with my left arm raised above my head as that gives me a bit of relief. ... (2 replies)
... related injury was about 8 months ago, my doctor said that he's worried why my back pain has persisted. I just had my 4'th MRI of my Scapula tonight actually. ... (5 replies)
... Your symptoms sound very much similar to mine, which started when I was in high school. Much later, I had an MRI show a protruding disc at C5-C6; sometimes a clinical finding is a relief! For me, my pain is almost all on my dominant side (left), and gets worse while standing. I often find myself clutching my left arm because it hurts to have an arm (the weight from the arm... (5 replies)
... Thanks to you all for your replies and input. I just read up on a facility that provides laser surgery for bulging discs in a city near where I live. I think I should have a CT on my thoracic area where the shoulder/scapula pain is to rule out another separate injury. The scary thing about cervical bulging discs is paralysis. My focus, obviously is on the cervical injury,... (6 replies)
Neck Problems
Jul 18, 2009
... I have neck injury and C4-5, C5-6 and C6-7. Remarkable for intevertebral disc space narrowing. Anterior marginal ostgeophytes. Mild disc dessication. Disc bulge indents secal sac and contact spinal cord at c4, c5-6 with spinal cord compression. foraminal narrowing. Mild central canal stenosis. IMPRESSION: Cervical spondylosis with central disc protrusions at C5-6... (21 replies)
... Hi, Louise. I had a right-lateral herniated disc at T6-7. That is about bra-line level. I had surgery last February after trying everything else. I'm not where I hoped I'd be, but the surgery had to happen as the disc was compressing my spinal cord and all the medications, PT, acupuncture, etc, couldn't fix that. I'm having radicular pain still on the right and horrible... (9 replies)
... the amount of time that a nerve is under "assault" has nothing to do with the permanence of the injury or the symptoms. Also, am I expecting too much to think that the doc should have been able to avoid this mistake? ... (3 replies)


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