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S-1 Nerve or what?
Jul 17, 2009
... ted disk, degeneration is most commenly caused due to age but also can be caused by extreem pressure, I know all this because I am going through exactly this but in my left leg you have all the same synthoms i have been in and out of so many docters offices that i am well educated. ... (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)
Cervical surgery
Feb 17, 2005
... I'm in a dilemma. ... (0 replies)

... i highly doubt that everything in there is actually 'normal'. just does not 'sound' possible given the INCREASE in radiculopathic types of symptoms you are having that got worse POST op? ... (15 replies)
... f situation you are in and with the level of injury ARE gageing pain "without" the well aligned lift off of compression like you currently have, and that just IS in your case a very very different situation, do you get what i mean? ... (75 replies)
... Just to let you know there are many of us out there who have gone thru what you are now going thru. I was injured in March 2002. ... (10 replies)
L4/L5 Problem
Apr 25, 2010
... You may want to post over on the Back Pain board as well as much of the discussion on this board is based on cervical spine problems. ... (6 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)
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. ... (1 replies)
Going Backwards
Jun 26, 2003
... in March 2002 using my own bone for fusion. Everything was 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
... With a laminectomy, they only remove like this little window of the middle of the lamina on the back of the vertebrae in hopes that in just taking that piece off, will relieve the pressure there that is causing the pain,and possibly clean out any crap they find along the way. ... (2 replies)
New Pains/Symptoms
Mar 20, 2004
... arm since last June and had a cubital tunnel release in Nov. When they told me there were no disc left in those areas, he asked me how I dealt with it over the period they ruptured and were disentegrating. ... (9 replies)
... rays before treatment. But having been in your position years ago I think with ongoing symptoms you need an MRI to rule out cervical or head issues before letting a chiropractor even touch you. ... (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
... like i mentioned before, all NSs are NOT at all created equal in their experience and level of training either? ... (75 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)
... 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
... of lordosis. and it is not an uncommon finding just all by itself. i have this too. that really should not be giving you really pronounced types of symptoms just in and of itself. what else did your repoart state at the very end in that summary? ... (4 replies)
... misfiring" of the nerve synapses within the brain that causes siezure activity. ... (15 replies)


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