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... 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)
Help - I'm the 10%
Jun 30, 2010
... find out just EXACTLY what real level of training the second NS actually has, and more importantly whether or not she even HAS the actual training needed to even go into that spinal canal at all? ... (75 replies)
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)

... that did not show up on my MRI only last aug and what showed up on my insane CT, i am wondering if you also getting that CT done may show something else goin on in there too? ... (5 replies)
... not the other way around hon. ... (75 replies)
... mj, let me ask you this. do YOU really 'feel' good about the initial NS you saw as far as him seeming caring about your real overall condition and the seriousness of it? ... (75 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)
Cervical surgery
Feb 17, 2005
... I'm in a dilemma. ... (0 replies)
... My simple answer is "No" to the chiropractor. And I went to one before really knowing what was going on with my neck. ... (8 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)
... LEVEL WITH SLIGHT PROMINENCE OF THE POSTERIOR INFERIOR VERTEBRAL BODY OF C5 THAT APPEARS MINIMALLY IMPINGED UPON THE THECAL SAC BUT DOES NOT APPEAR TO TOUCH THE SPINAL CORD. ... (2 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)
... 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)
... 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)
... just another lil FYI when it comes to the neurontin? ... (15 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)
EMG before ESI?
Jun 20, 2011
... just for YOU to have the very BEST chance at actually showing possible velocity flow impact that can come from certain types of inflammation with the spinal areas too, if this were me, i would obtain that EMG first. ... (4 replies)
Please Help
Sep 19, 2006
... My 2 cents are NO PT did not help and in some ways hurt. ... (3 replies)
... The neuroforamen is the opening that the nerve passes through. I suppose it's possible for that opening to be impinged upon without the nerve itself being affected. ... (5 replies)
... a PCDF done back in April of this year... ... (7 replies)


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