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... I need help interpreting my MRI's from the last couple of years. They are both a lil different. Could someone please help me with this? ... (0 replies)
... I have not been told exactly what the mri means, but here are what looks like the impt points. Findings: There is straightening to miinimal reversal of the normal cervical lordosis apexed at the c5-6 level where there are degenerative endplate changes, narrowing of the disc space and mild disk dehydration Th bone marrow signal is otherwise unremarkable. There is... (16 replies)
... using a cadaver bone. The surgery went well, I've experienced little pain but about two days after returning home from the hospital I experienced severe fatigue in my legs and arms. It made it very difficult to even get up to go to the bathroom. ... (15 replies)

Seeking answers
Apr 26, 2007
... her earnings....Would anyone like to comment on that. Also, I have an undescribable amount of fatigue with all my symptoms. Comes and goes. Pleuritic type stabbing pains when resting, in my chest also accompanied by fullness and pressure. ... (5 replies)
... and facial tingling. i wake up regularly with the pinky and ring fingers completely dead on my left hand when i'm sleeping on my right side. the sensation returns when i reposition myself. ... (14 replies)
... I have been dealing with issues of headache, then neck problems for about 6 months steady now. They thought migraines, then finally did MRI. ... (16 replies)
... surance company denied physical therapy, so I asked my surgeon what exercises I should be doing. He gave me a basic list of exercises, and I started working out with a strength and conditioning coach. ... (0 replies)
... Jenny can you help me with my mri report? ... (3 replies)
... You will be much better off with a good pain managment doctor. ... (16 replies)
C4-C5 symptoms?
Jul 6, 2007
... As you know we had same surgery only mine was done Oct 06. Same diagnosis as yours with regard to c4 and c5 . I also questioned 2 not 3 level fusion and two dr.s recommended a 3 level. ... (14 replies)
... Maybe I am just obsessing about my neck since this all came down so recently. Just thought I would check it out with the board. ... (4 replies)
... extension xrays done tomorrow, and I'm seeing a spine neurologist Thursday. The weird muscle twitches in my legs continue and I have some lower extremity fatigue with standing, but my gait seems better. ... (3 replies)
... Jude: Forgot to ask, but has the surgeon mentioned a post-op collar? I had an aspen collar after fusion and it helped support my muscles and keep me in good positioning during recovery. After my posterior foraminotomy I wore it but only when I felt muscle fatigue and pain (with ACDF I wore it 23.5 hours per day, only took it off to shower). (46 replies)
... Now I can sleep on either side and with my arms above my head. No more shoulder pain which we thought was rotator cuff!!! ... (16 replies)
... C6 with severe left forminal stenosis in July. ... (16 replies)
... Lifting weights could be a challenge unless you are very careful about doing it ergonomically correct. A trainer could help you with that. ... (8 replies)
... diagnosis and if physical therapy proved benificial. I've never had much luck in the past with PT and I'm just a little sceptical as to whether or not it will help increase my mobility. ... (4 replies)
... oking to sit down. It had gotten to the point that I couldn't pull my wallet out of my back right pocket due to clumsiness in my hand which would usually result with a spasm. After seeing my regular doctor around Thankgiving of 2003, he recommended a cervical xray. ... (4 replies)
... up with the neurologist isn't for another month!!!!!!! ... (3 replies)
... There is minimal spondylolisthesis of C5 in relation to C6. There is mild to moderate spondylosis, greater ventrally. ... (20 replies)

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