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... I have a five year old son who was diagnosed with a tethered spinal cord at birth. He had surgery at 2 months old to release his cord. Here is Adam's story. ... (12 replies)
... spinal tracts' were being impacted by both, the actual cord compression itself, along with the addition of also having the edema too which could also add its own 'form' of actual compression as well. ... (5 replies)
... Hi Lincslady2 and welcome to the healthboards. Most of us "cervies" are down at the Spinal Cord Disorders board but I come here too as I have lumbar and thoracic spine problems as well.The big thing with the cervical spine is cord compression. ... (1 replies)

... Anyhow, I had problems from C3 to C7 with multiple levels of spinal cord compression, 3 herniated disks and a whole mess of arthritis pressing on so many nerves I no longer had any pain. ... (11 replies)
... Hello, wow I have read all the stories, of the children with tethered spinal cords. I also was born with this, I remember when it starting affecting me was when I was around 10. ... (12 replies)
... thy"...both mean arthritis and the "joints" mentioned are very small joints on the outside of the vertebrae that connect with the same joints above and below and have to do with stabilizing the spine. In your case, they have developed arthritis and the bone spurs from the arthritis have caused the "foramina" to close up. ... (3 replies)
Help - I'm the 10%
Jun 26, 2010
... Your spinal cord is like a rope.....it is a bundle of nerves all held together. ... (75 replies)
... Stenosis means "closing up" and you can have stenosis in all sorts of places where they are openings that are closing for some reason. A heart valve that is infected and closing up has stenosis. ... (5 replies)
... I'll post my interpretation here and you'll probably get someone else giving you their interpretation on the other post. We have a lot of knowledgeable people here so what I miss they'll fill in. ... (19 replies)
... and 7. I think if I can explain some of the spine anatomy to you and how the whole thing works, you'll see why you hurt. ... (4 replies)
... on is not a good sign and there is very little you can take to make it go away. And you really don't want to treat it as it could go to totally numb and then you have a real problem. You need to be able to feel any changes with it. ... (37 replies)
... is does but it also builds it in the wrong places....along the edges of the joints, inside the joints and in your case, it has built up on the inside edge of the spinal canal and has gotten twisted up with a herniated disk bulge. So you have both together pressing on the cord. ... (3 replies)
... Hi and welcome. Here's the problem with spinal issues. Everyone thinks that ae going to have surgery to relieve their pain and that is not why spine docs operate. They could not care less about your pain. ... (3 replies)
... you have gotten some really great advice from kissa about just how your spinal cord being affected can create absolute hell in certain areas of our bodies. been there done that one too ya know? ... (11 replies)
... The problem seems to be the Spinal Cord was so badly damaged when the NS opened me up the 3rd time he got such a shock.. ... (9 replies)
... Now back to you neck. You have a lot of small problems going on that will possibly lead up to something called spondylosis... ... (6 replies)
Hi! New here
Apr 14, 2006
... I am 37 years old and I have suffered from back problems my entire life. My pain started when I was about 9 years old. ... (2 replies)
... Unfortunatley my storey differes slightly to all I have read so far. My problem began when I saw a Chiropractor and he adjusted my neck for a simple pain in between my shoulder blades. ... (4 replies)
Afraid of surgery.
Jan 20, 2008
... are actually CHOOSING this option at a much much higher rate than ever before.either that or they actually 'choose' a date to have the birth artifically inducted. ... (17 replies)
... Nice hearing from you. Wow what an accident we were very lucky to make it out of that alive. Then, you find out you have another bulging disc it's the pits. ... (15 replies)


Associated Tags: cervial spinal cord compression, emg, facet arthropathy, foraminal stenosis, herniated disc, osteophyte complexes, pain, stenosis, thecal sac, torn supraspinatus

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