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S-1 Nerve or what?
Jul 17, 2009
... For it to be medicaly determined as an impinged nerve you need two synthoms 1 norilogical and 1 pain synthoms. ... (11 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 not positive that this is what I am experiencing, but my mom had a pinched nerve and said that's what it sounds like. I have been having a sharp stabbing burning pain inbetween my shoulder blades more towards the left side. ... (0 replies)

... root WITH the dang hardware, or at least one pedicle screw as i found out when my other good NS went in to do my spinal cord surgery and saw just how insane that nerve root was actually being held hostage in there? ... (15 replies)
... a level of real cord compression as well that will NOT relieve itself without surgical intervention either. like i mentioned in my last post hon, just simply go back and read thru your original posts on the other thread and how bad things were and what you were experiencing as this was progressing over time here? ... (75 replies)
Going Backwards
Jun 26, 2003
... s going along smoothly until Febuary 2003 when I hit my head on the ceiling in my bedroom. I know sounds stupid but I have a cape style house and I just did not back up far enough before standing up. ... (1 replies)
... in the very type of way that pain can imprint itself neuropathically upon a constantly inflammed or impinged nerve over time? ... (9 replies)
Laminectomy info
Mar 13, 2005
... t, i think the lam would be much less invasive and if it did not work you will still have the option of going the more invasive route.and the thick muscle in the back covers over thespot on the vert where the lammy was done. ... (2 replies)
Cervical surgery
Feb 17, 2005
... I'm in a dilemma. I was injured back in October 2002--resulted in an impinged nerve in C5-6. With several weeks of physical therapy, pain mangement, chiropractic services, exercising, and now acupuncture, I am now doing better than I had been when it 1st happened. After seeing 3-4 orthopedic doctors, each one of them had told me that I should have surgery to resolve the... (0 replies)
New Pains/Symptoms
Mar 20, 2004
... were no disc left in those areas, he asked me how I dealt with it over the period they ruptured and were disentegrating. Honestly I could not answer but looking back through my medical records I do know precisely when the worst points were. ... (9 replies)
To Mel333
Jun 30, 2003
... You asked in my DDD thread what my current symptoms are and if I had another MRI or CT since surgery. Yes, I have had a MRI which revealed the following C2-3 shows no disc herniation or stenosis C3-4 shows a small central disc protrusion causing some central impression into the thecal sac. No contact upon the underlying cord by this process seen. The neural foramen... (1 replies)
... Very often cervical nerve impingement is felt in the limbs. I never had much true neck pain, but my cervical nerves were impinged and I ended up needing surgery to fix the problem. ... (8 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)
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)
... caused nerve impingement. ... (10 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)
ACDF question
Mar 15, 2009
... real sinificant type issue for you from the surgery thay did on you. this happened to me when they placed my second surgery for non fusion hardware and actually impinged a nerve with one of the screws. ... (4 replies)
... misfiring" of the nerve synapses within the brain that causes siezure activity. ... (15 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)
... months ago. I still wake up with tingling in my toes many days. I notice it most often when lying down. I've seen others mention the same thing on the back surgery board. ... (7 replies)


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