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... based disc osteophyte bar with right para midline predominance causing severe C6 exit foraminal stenosis and the exiting right C6 nerve root is likely to be impinged. Mild to moderate left C6 exit foraminal stenosis. Bilateral facet joint degenerative changes noted. ... (6 replies)
... imagine HER suprise when i simply asked her, well what about that IMPINGED nerve root it states on the bottom of page one? ... (15 replies)
... disk, and fusing the C6 and C7 vertebrae together. ... (8 replies)

... I believe this is due to the C6 nerve root being compressed. ... (9 replies)
C6/c7 elbow pain
Jul 9, 2010
... just what 'exactly' does your pain at that elbow really "feel like' to you? is it like deep and into the bone type feeling or is is more like a surfacey kind of "stinging' or burning going on or what? the more specific in the description and the actual 'areas" involved(or is this only 'the' elbow,inside(like the area where they would actually do any given blood draw on you?)... (10 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)
... I am pretty scared. This surgery is due to a blown out ruptured disc that occured in March and unfotunately, nerve is severly impinged so the nonsurgery route is not an option. I really hope that there is someone out there with words of confidence and positive stories. ... (4 replies)
... and tore my left rotator cuff and impinged a nerve in my right rotator cuff. ... (10 replies)
... Yo Jeff Excuse me if I'm a little inebriated. Its New Years Eve and Australia is way ahead of you guys and Debbie is already topless and pouring champage over her head. Q1. Yes do it, it sounds serious. Q2 Pain ain't bad at all, but hey bro use your own bone. Q3 I was walking in 36 hrs. Two weeks later I'm dancing, better than Debbie I may add! Q4. Pissed the brace off... (6 replies)
... Advice needed!! I've seen many doctors all of whome reccomend having the procedure despite that my symptoms are rather mild. My only symptons are some numbness in my 4th and 5th (pinky and ring) fingers of my left hand, however, the docs say that since my spinal chord is being impinged (and already shows brusing to the chord itself) by the disc herniation at c5-c6, that i... (6 replies)
... depending upon just exactly what was affected by the 'mess" and misplacement of the hardware in any way is really what would truely dictate what types of issues/problems could develop. i myself had one of the four screws that got placed by my NS actually somehow loop up the c 7 nerve root(within that vertebrae) and just pulled/impinged that little sucker. my MRI DID show... (4 replies)
... omgosh that is not good from what i have read before. i would talk more with your doc. when is your next appt with him/her. i hope more knowledgable ppl respond to you because i can't really help except that i know that it's not good to have the spinal cord impinged (6 replies)
... just to make sure i've got this straight here.you DO have a confirmed compressed/impinged c 6 nerve,ALONG with having compression of the actual cord,to the left of midline,correct?does your report state anything about any showing of myelomalacia yet?anywhere? the one big difference i noticed between the radiculopathy that i had with just my herniated c 6-7 before the fusion... (8 replies)
... Atlanta -- Two days ago i had a C5-C6 discectomy and fusion with donor bone, and 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. Not all recoveries are... (6 replies)
... You need to get and MRI done and go see a Neuro surgeon. I Just had an ACDF done at C6&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. You need... (6 replies)
... C6 pain typically runs down the arm and to the thumb and possibly the index finger. When the nerve is impinged that is how the pain is generated. ... (15 replies)
EMG before ESI?
Jul 18, 2011
... So far there is no frank cord compression seen. The exiting c6, c7 nerve roots are possibly being impinged by severe foraminal narrowing. Lots of areas between c3 and c7 where the thecal sac abuts the central cord, but without significant canal stenosis. ... (4 replies)
... Hello all. 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. Anyway, short version main problem was blown disc at L5 almost 3 years ago that a surgeon didn't think he could fix so I've been doing the conservative route... (1 replies)
... carrying things, and the nerves ached through the arms like no other. I've still got problems with left side since surgery, my nerves on the right were severly impinged but now the left is screwed up? ... (7 replies)
... Your welcome Martin. I have a very simple answer to your question. Especially since you told me about the stiffness. The eye specialist told me long ago the spasm was causing my eye symptoms, Those were periphrial blindness, spots in front of my eyes, blurring of vision, nasea and vertigo. The spasm (he said) was pushing onto the optic nerve. What would happen with me is... (44 replies)


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