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Help - I'm the 10%
Jun 26, 2010
... herniated disks, piece of broken bone, the pressure transfers inward to the most inside nerves in the cord bundle and it can actually show up first in the toes as numbness. Here's an analogy..... ... (75 replies)
Help - I'm the 10%
Jun 26, 2010
... sed hon, seriously. you also have some ventral flattening at the level above that finding too the at least needs to be evaluated from the "inside" at this point, as well as what those ligaments are just doing along with the muscle. some findings, even more dramatic ones just cannot even BE seen upon ANY actual scan at all? ... (75 replies)
... what exactly did that surgeon state as the actual reason to even do this? ... (16 replies)

... ruptured disc C5C6. Symptoms you describe suggest you have a ruptured disc and nerve root impingement at C5C6 as I do. These symptoms can include the entire upper back and chest. Shoulders, hands, arms. What has your doctor told you? ... (17 replies)
... this is why you simply DO seriously need a good actual neurosurgeon and NOT a mere neurologist for this. basic neuros really don't know anywhere as near as much as most NSs just do since they are the ones who actually go into brains and spinal cords, ya know? ... (8 replies)
... in many cases, that type of real trauma would NOT show up immediately but after certain reactions such as the swelling became invloved like hours or even the day after later? ... (44 replies)
... while a primary doc will pretty much use any scan as a way to tell who to send you to as far as a specialist will place much more wieght upon the rad report, most really good NSs may not even give it a look at all. ... (8 replies)
ACDF Step by Step
Feb 26, 2010
... So sorry to hear about your upcoming surgery...I truly hope that you have good success and helps with your pain! As you will find on these boards... ... (5 replies)
New mri reports.
Jan 8, 2010
... memory. I still struggle just a bit but not as bad. ... (8 replies)
... she thought about some of these findings as correlating to your pain? ... (6 replies)
... as long as I live I dont ever want to experiance that pain again. ... (9 replies)
... I actually have been seeing a physical therapist weekly and have experienced wonderful results. I of course am not pain free yet but I am working out my muscles as well as strengthening them so that they contract properly. I am religious about my exercises and have seen a great difference. ... (7 replies)
... for your back....as I do with everyone, an anatomy and medical terminology lesson first. The vertebrae in the neck are different from the ones in the lower back as they are smaller and from C6 up, have arteries to the brain going up both sides within the bone itself. ... (11 replies)
... or even driving to long. It all gives stress and pain on my neck, arms and body. As I do to much the next day I will have a set back. ... (44 replies)
Help - please
Sep 15, 2009
... after my last followup for the fusion have no intentions on going back. He was more concerned about his success rate then me as a patient. ... (9 replies)
... your bladder and bowel tell you that it is very serious. You could end up this way for life if it is not attended to soon. My neighbor let a similar situation go as he had 2 surgeries and refused to go back for a third. ... (19 replies)
... st..the differing intensities of the bone is showing that your vertebrae are not as solid as they should be and you probably have some early osteoporosis. ... (19 replies)
... praying it does not get as bad as it was. ... (3 replies)
... On the 2 questions...when I first hurt my neck it was 25 years ago and they really frowned on giving anyone with chronic spine pain ANY pain meds as they thought they'd become addicted. So I learned to tough out the pain. ... (5 replies)
... If you get access to your canadian pension plan, weather you are injuured or not you may use this money as long as you are investing into your futare, such as a house, business or investments and so on. This is something very few people know about. ... (15 replies)


Associated Tags: chronic pain, lordosis, myofascial pain syndrome, trigger point, whiplash

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