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... I'm new at this healthboard stuff, so please bear with me. ... (6 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 have an impinged median nerve on my right side from foraminal stenosis caused by a failed disc between my C5 and C6 vertebrae. ... (3 replies)

... Have posted on the back problem board a few times on some issues but this is the first item on the spine board since after doing some searches, a lot of the search terms seemed to land me onto this board. ... (1 replies)
... adjusted my neck, and used terms such as 'cracking my neck' I also 'cracked' my hips pelvic area, by shifting my upper torso from side to side. In light of the chronic pain, cracking them offered only very temporary relief. ... (8 replies)
... mj, i never said the 'collar' was making things worse, i stated you were very lucky he placed it ON you at all which IS why things simply do NOT yet feel as "bad" as they could or would be without him having had done THAT one thing for you? ... (75 replies)
... mj, let me ask you this. do YOU really 'feel' good about the initial NS you saw as far as him seeming caring about your real overall condition and the seriousness of it? ... (75 replies)
... C7. this is a work related injury so no one is really answering my questions. i have been going to PT for 6 mos. for an impinged rotator cuff on the left shoulder and tendonitis and tarsal tunnel in right foot and ankle. these are all from the same injury. ... (11 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)
... The neuroforamen is the opening that the nerve passes through. I suppose it's possible for that opening to be impinged upon without the nerve itself being affected. ... (5 replies)
... nd had severe bone spurs removed. My surgery resulted from an accident compressing my disk, and minor resulting cord trauma. I can tell you I was worried about the surgery and recovery, but I cannot tell you how good I feel at this time, even two days out. It's amazing. ... (6 replies)
... at DID even show up on CT with my hardware just being there that of course blurrs like crazy upon getting MRI that was no where NEAR what was found upon CT, even at the individual vertebral levels too. ... (5 replies)
... C7. I had muscle apathy in my right tricept and one arm was much smaller than the other. I dealt with this for over a year. I was scared to death about having the surgery done just like everyone else. I just hope that I had it done before any permanent nerve damage was done. ... (6 replies)
... i am VERY glad they are sending you for that MRI first of all since this will hopefully show just where that nerve is being what appears to be at least impinged at. your symptoms just 'fit' with at least some level of that right now. ... (46 replies)
... Given all of your symptoms and the findings in the MRI make sure to move swiftly. I do think surgery may be required and if not treated soon some of your symptoms can become permanent. ... (10 replies)
... My shoulder pain, as it relates to my neck at that time, was all over the place, it was on the front, side and back and felt like it was inside the joint. The pain began to shoot down my arms and probably some of the worst pain I've ever had. ... (11 replies)
... I also have a really bad neck. stenosis, bulged sidks, bone spurs, and a possible pinched nerve at the C7. since i injured my shoulder at the same time it was impossilbe for anyone to know what was what. ... (22 replies)
To Mel333
Jun 30, 2003
... shows a small central disc protrusion causing some central impression into the thecal sac. No contact upon the underlying cord by this process seen. ... (1 replies)
... My doctor has set me up with his doctor at The Pain Institute for the epidural. I go and talk to them next week. I am not sure what kind of doctor he is, but my PCP has had several epidural injections and swears by this guy. ... (13 replies)
... a non fusion.i was in ten times more pain post op than I ever was pre op.my neck was crunching and grinding constantly,it was really horrid and would totally gross out my hubby. ... (5 replies)


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