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... I just saw a physiotherapist, he was very concerned that I've got cervical cord compression. I suppose it started about 1. ... (1 replies)
... It's because the spinal cord in the cervical region affects the lower body as well. ... (3 replies)
... I believe it was the nerves coming back to life. Occasionally I get a twinge there now, but nothing like it was last summer. Everything below the level of the cord compression can be affected. ... (3 replies)

... Has anyone experienced leg pain with their cervical spinal cord compression? ... (3 replies)
... feature to find other posts pertaining to cervical spinal fusion. ... (1 replies)
... is amazing to me that in almost of these post I see where patients have been shuffled from Doctor to Doctor especially women. The lady with the flattening of the cord to the point spinal fluid flow was impeded could have easily suffered permanent spinal cord damage. ... (18 replies)
... At 4mm you certainly have compression of your spinal cord. ... (5 replies)
... I have compression at C3,4,5,6. ... (18 replies)
... Hi everyone...always had a cervical herniated disc but since an injury where i felt my spine get pulled out of place, I have spinal cord compression at c5c6. Just curious...has anyone with cord compression ever had problems swallowing? ... (12 replies)
... Internet research suggests this is L'Hermitte's Sign and a common problem for people with cervical spondylosis. OK, so I think I know what it is. But I don't know whether it is seen in just nerve root compression cases or only spinal cord compression cases? ... (13 replies)
... Do I understand that your physiatrist wasn't persuaded that the cervical herniation is the cause despite the new MRI results? ... (21 replies)
... am going to get a second opinion and some people have been suggesting that I see a chiropractor. I was wondering if it would be safe to see one if i have spinal cord compression? ... (7 replies)
... t decompress the spinal cord but argues that delays progression, etc. etc. ... (10 replies)
... t decompress the spinal cord but argues that delays progression, etc. etc. ... (10 replies)
... C6 I have. I also have some cervical stenosis, but of course I can't find my reports at the moment. Anyway, he's most concerned about the herniation that impinges my cord. ... (12 replies)
... plating as the result of a sports injury which had caused severe cord compression... ... (20 replies)
... level. It could be that a different radiologist would consider this compression a little worse than "moderate"? ... (2 replies)
... herniation but now there is slight spinal cord compression. Also, I had abnormal finger reflexes that my NS says is unequivical for cord compression. ... (13 replies)
... Wow Nancyjune that is an enormous surgery. I'm so happy that recovery is going well. Andrade, welcome to the board. I have some spinal cord compression at c5/c6 although not severe, i do have some symptoms. I get muscle twitches in my legs and they are "heavy" and I have some numbness and tingling in my hands and feet. I also had a couple of bouts of severe radicular... (10 replies)
... have most of the women in my family, the ortho didn't think it was that, examined me and spoke about myelopathy and I'm currently waiting for an MRI to rule out cord compression...I also have subjective numbness, weakness, hyper active reflexes and am pretty fed up by it all. How do the rest of you cope with a. ... (25 replies)

Associated Tags: acdf, asymptomatic, cord compression, foraminotomy, instability, myelopathy, surgery, torticollis

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