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... rays might show that you have slippage of the vertebrae that in certain positions may impinge your nerves. ... (9 replies)
... ain bathed in something simply 'fluid' to keep it healthy and not dried out, it can be impacted easily when you simply have any type of either disc issue or even the osteophytes which are bone spurs that can block any ebb and flow of the needed CSF in any normal way TO that area of impact on your cord. ... (2 replies)
... Here is the full report of cervical and thoracic. ... (5 replies)

... If you don't know your cervical spine has 7 vertebra that protect your spinal cord and nerve roots coming off of it in roughly your neck area. ... (3 replies)
... This is basically the same subject you all are talking about, I have lower lumbar disc bulging, and degenerative disc disease, nerve root compression in the lower lumbar area which pinches on the nerves that apparently go down into my legs n feet. I was told I also have spinal stenosis. ... (3 replies)
... You need an EMG of your arms to see if the numbness is from compression in the neck or in the arms. Numb arms can be from carpal tunnel syndrome or cubital tunnel syndrome or even thoracic outlet syndrome...... ... (4 replies)
Help - I'm the 10%
Jun 30, 2010
... find out just EXACTLY what real level of training the second NS actually has, and more importantly whether or not she even HAS the actual training needed to even go into that spinal canal at all? ... (75 replies)
... I do not have diabetes. I had Cervical Injection scheduled for the 29th, my neuro canceled that, because he felt they would not help me. ... (3 replies)
... Welcome to the board. ... (3 replies)
... the spinal fluid from around the spinal cord. ... (1 replies)
... osteophyte complex, the vertebrae on either side of the disk are growing bone spurs where they interface with the disk. The disk itself may have been pushed backward, too. ... (6 replies)
S-1 Nerve or what?
Jul 17, 2009
... You express exact sympthoms of S1 nerve impingement, when you are experiencing pain try to lift your big toe, and try to push your foot outwards against someones hand from the outside edge of the foot. ... (11 replies)
... disk there. Your report is alot like mine. You have bulges that seem to be impinging on a nerve or nerves. I also have the numb hands, too and the bulges. ... (17 replies)
... In any good report, there are ALWAYS descriptions of two aspects of the spine. First, the condition of the spinal canal, whatever may be intruding into it, and the effect of these intrusions on the cord. You sort of got this, although the radiologist bailed as far as describing anything around your prior surgery. ... (4 replies)
... These are the holes in the bony structure of the spine through which pass the peripheral nerves as they leave the spinal cord and head out to the neck, shoulders and arms. ... (20 replies)
... which I fractured 18 years ago having bone spurs on the outside where the nerve comes out. I know its the kind of thing that can happen with age, but can it lead to arm pain and numbness, can it impinge on the nerve roots. ... (2 replies)
Test results
Jul 3, 2006
... as mentioned you've got a lot going on. It appears you have quite a few spurs at nearly every level as well as herniations. Either of these could be pressing on the nerves causing your pain. ... (4 replies)
... This is one part of the MRI and I was wondering if it could be the problem or if doesn't look like much, and maybe from cervicel spine. ... (11 replies)
... It could be congenital because when the cells are dividing after conception, the spine may just not have been fully formed in that area. Having a pars defect is not really a big deal unless it causes pain. ... (2 replies)
... Spondylosis is the disease of the spine itself. ... (18 replies)

Associated Tags: cervical canal stenosis, cervical hernaition, cervical stenosis, foraminal narrowing, myelomalacia

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