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... if not, get one. you yourself NEED to read thru it and if you can, type out here exactly what that summary states at the very end there? ... (15 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)
Cervical surgery
Feb 17, 2005
... ls itself. As well, I have heard good stories, as well as, horror stories on people that have had cervical surgery. Needlesstoday, I am not pushing for surgery at this point. ... (0 replies)

... ccident 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 the same, but my pain is essentially gone, I hardly have a sore throat and I'm moving well. ... (6 replies)
... or the nerve that is off balance and maybe damaged by the surgery? ... (44 replies)
... and are pressing on the C5 nerve. ... (6 replies)
EMG before ESI?
Jul 18, 2011
... numbness is still there...only now I have intermittent rediculopathy in R thigh, not constant, but enough to get my attention. The latest MRI showed exiting nerve root contact at the L5 level, bilateral. ... (4 replies)
... and tore my left rotator cuff and impinged a nerve in my right rotator cuff. ... (10 replies)
To Mel333
Jun 30, 2003
... shows some artifact from the plate and screws at the level of the C5 vertebral body. No focal herniation is seen. Small degree of bony hypertrophy posterior about the end plates of the vertebral bodies is present. ... (1 replies)
... T1 level. If the radiologist had nothing to say about that level, then he must not have seen anything worth mentioning. I suppose it's possible that the nerve is being impinged somewhere other than your neck. Perhaps in your elbow? ... (1 replies)
... I believe this is due to the C6 nerve root being compressed. ... (9 replies)
... the backs of the c 6 7 and t 1 vertebrae. that is when it was found. my NEW and wonderful NS who was doing that surgery actually just went in and "unlooped' that nerve himself. i am grateful for that and that i did not have to actually undergo yet another posterior approach type surgery again. ... (4 replies)
... as if i was in the dentists chair all night. numbness that turns to pins and needles. no PT no injections have been done on my neck so far since i also have an impinged shoulder, tarsal tunnel and tendonitis in my ankle, buckling rt knee and 4 bluges in my lumbar. all the same injury. ... (19 replies)
... evel.I then had to make my decision on which surgery to go with. As yourself, I had tried every conservative measure to treat this problem. Surgery is imperative at this point. I admire your persistence in getting your surgery done right away. ... (39 replies)
... c6 which impinged on the left paracentral region of the cord with significant foraminal narrowing on both root nerves. ... (0 replies)
... right side. With impinged nerve root. Paraspinal muscle spasm. Cervical Lordosis, some osteoarthritis, and early arthritis. At the time of this MRI I was having some good days and some bad. Now I am in pain almost all the time. ... (6 replies)
Going Backwards
Jun 26, 2003
... she has managed to do away with the pain in the right arm however, the pain in the left has lessened and is only felt when I move the arm quickly. At first she felt I had a shoulder injury not related to the disc but xrays ruled that out. Now they feel it is an impinged nerve. ... (1 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)
... Hello - lordosis is the curvature of the neck and loss of the curve can be most likely caused by muscle spasm. It is a common finding on MRI with people with neck problems. Spondylosis is a degenerative process aka spinal osteoarthritis. which results is osteophyte (bone spur) growth and most of the time pain. The thecal sac surrounds your spinal cord and a... (3 replies)

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