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... couple of cranials that run down from the head,into the c spine,junction at the c 8 nerve area,then loop back up into the head again.just look up cranial nerves and you will see how some of them run. ... (19 replies)
... ups of severe neck and shoulder pain over the past few years, though I've never had my cervical spine checked out yet. Right now I just cannot afford it. ... (17 replies)
... couple of cranials that run down from the head,into the c spine,junction at the c 8 nerve area,then loop back up into the head again.just look up cranial nerves and you will see how some of them run. ... (19 replies)

... my spine specialist tells me the numbness and tingling in the face is from the brain though the last time i saw him he wasnted to see the MRI of my brain. ... (19 replies)
... I also can't stand anything around my neck but sometimes you just have to swallow it and do it. Cervical spine surgery usually means a collar of some kind for some amount of time. ... (17 replies)
... The problem you are talking about with the numbness in your scalp and face comes from a much higher area...C2 and C3. I know. ... (9 replies)
... Welcome aboard! It is amazing how much you will be able to learn from people like Jennybyc. I am relatively new to this board too and quickly realized how much information and help was available just for the asking and reading. ... (9 replies)
... finding a very knowledgable and experienced NS is really the biggest thing.the ironic thing was one of my NSs that i had seen before,and who did my c spine surgeries,was actually taught by this NS,he had gone to the U of M for med school. ... (19 replies)
... Hi Baybreeze....welcome to the world of cervical stenosis! You give a great picture of what it's like and since you've already had it in your lumbar spine, the neck is most likely the same thing. ... (17 replies)
... I had insurance at work, so it cost my nothing. My company went under and I've been unemployed for a long time, though just recently found work, but will have to wait until August to get insurance again. ... (17 replies)
... Looks like you've been having these problems for awhile and a shame that you can't get that MRI so you know exactly what is going on there. I'm sure you are right about suspecting cspine. ... (17 replies)
... if not, get one and also START keeping copies of ANY and ALL testing results simply so you HAVE your own medical file at home and more importantly, so you can also read thru everything yourself. ... (16 replies)
... Yes, I do have a lot of problems walking, which I've always attributed to my lumbar spine, sacral area, and hips. I do have to walk with my feet farther apart and I am also very stiff. ... (17 replies)
... cially after today. OMG, my neck is almost unbearable today! Perhaps the weather here might be contributing to it because almost every single day it's been humid and cloudy, like it's going to rain....or it does rain. ... (17 replies)
... and we can help you until the August insurance upgrade. I had one of those cheap insurance policies too and it is worth it. Otherwise, you could end up with insurance and unable to use it for a year. That was wise of you. ... (17 replies)
... BINGO!!!!!!!, a BLOCKED basiliar artery and they have done NOTHING? ... (27 replies)
... sorry you are having to deal with this. i have a couple of questions for you if you don't mind. more info just really helps us to try and help you. ... (16 replies)
... Welcome aboard! It is amazing how much you will be able to learn from people like Jennybyc. I am relatively new to this board too and quickly realized just how much information and help was available just for the asking and reading. ... (9 replies)
... If there is actual spinal cord compression causing progressive myelopathic symptoms, and it sounds like there is from your description, then surgery may be your only option. ... (5 replies)
All in my head?
Aug 23, 2001
... be very careful in the center of your back. The thorasic area is tricky business. Being that the ribs encase that part of the spine damage to it can be quite severe. ... (3 replies)




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