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... I had a neck injury many years ago. Now I have a bone spur, arthritis and an impinged nerve. I have limited neck mobility and pain most of the time. ... (6 replies)
... This type of problem could become much worse for you over time if that nerve that is compressed is not released appears from the atrophy that you have already dealing with that this nerve is very seriously compressed. ... (6 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. ... (6 replies)

... perience daily isn't as extreme as what you have described. I did go to a neuro surgeon a few days ago. It wasn't too successful. He said that the symptoms in my arm do not match the problems in my neck and had the gall to suggest that what I am experiencing is imaginary. ... (6 replies)
... mmendations to go see a neurosugeon. I guess that should be my next step. Some of the surgery stories I've read scare me to death, but I sure don't want to loose arm usage. ... (6 replies)
... this is where that ulnar nerve passes once it comes out from the c spine and starts to travel down your arm. ... (12 replies)
New Pains/Symptoms
Mar 20, 2004
... osed as costochondritis because I had just had pluersy and most of the pain seemed to be in the top part of my ribs. At one point I did lose feeling in the left arm and a primary care doc referred me to the NS who said symptoms were not consistent enough to warrant an MRI. ... (9 replies)
Going Backwards
Jun 26, 2003
... As a result of this hit I had a shock go down my left arm and into my fingers. The fingers were numb for awhile but it did not last long. However, from then on I have been in pain. ... (1 replies)
To Mel333
Jun 30, 2003
... The symptoms I am having is neck pain on the lower right side and left arm pain. ... (1 replies)
... Anyhow, my point was that, if you did, or even didn't have a herniation there could be one now and it could be impinging on nerves or spinal cord. Mine impinged to the right hence the right arm pain. ... (11 replies)
... I can tell you rotator cuff tears are pretty painful as well. The last one I had I was unable to lift my arm above my head, in fact I couldn't lift it to a level horizontal position from my body. ... (11 replies)
... and pain in any other areas that has disc issues or nerve impact, those are the real biggies usually when there is pain being generated? ... (75 replies)
Arm weakness
Aug 7, 2008
... If you have symptoms like weakness that are not improving I'd reccomend you consider surgery ASAP. The longer a nerve stays impinged the harder it is for the nerve to heal. You could end up with some permanent damage. ... (4 replies)
C6/c7 elbow pain
Jul 9, 2010
... its just hard to really knwo for certain with only your description of that pain as to whether or not this is even being caused by some level of nerve affectation, ya know? ... (10 replies)
Help - I'm the 10%
Jun 30, 2010
... tell me over and over that what i was feeling was in NO WAY related to my cavernoma located on the L side of my cord right AT the c 8 nerve level. ... (75 replies)
... big fall in 1993 where I fell hard on my elbow. The theory is that the fall jarred my discs and vertebrae in my neck. I had severe neck pain at the time and some arm pain but it resolved. ... (10 replies)
... runs before it goes down the arm. like i mentioned before, my ulnars keep getting impinged in that same exact area,thats the only reason i know that the ulnar runs up there. ... (17 replies)
EMG before ESI?
Jun 20, 2011
... ain this type of test. an ESI, if it does its job right, will bring down potential sources of overall inflammation and esp possible swelling that also can impact nerve flow too, so there 'could be' a slim chance that there could be some level of impact vs non impact if ya didn't? ... (4 replies)
... that is the area of the body in which you will feel the pain. You'll want to research dermatomes to find a picture that shows what nerve impacts what area of the body. ... (15 replies)
... 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)

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