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... I wish I had moved faster toward surgery. I still have some residual numbness in one finger because the nerve was impinged for too long. ... (10 replies)
... C6 pain typically runs down the arm and to the thumb and possibly the index finger. When the nerve is impinged that is how the pain is generated. ... (15 replies)
Spinal stenosis
Feb 20, 2011
... of damage in there,esp when ANY real nerve roots are being possibly impinged or anything is pushing into your cord area with too much force TO actually impress it and damage it too. ... (38 replies)

L4/L5 Problem
Apr 25, 2010
... drop, etc you should be evaluated for immediate treatment. Very often that means some type of surgery to release whatever is causing the nerve in your back to be impinged and thus causing the foot problems. This can be a discectomy, fusion, etc. ... (6 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)
... My specific hypersensitive area is mid back, just left of the spine. Originally it was about bra line left of T6ish and pretty specific, but now since this treatment has expaned to be the left side upper quadrant. ... (15 replies)
... I suppose it's possible as the discs could have been impinging the nerves or the spinal cord. Can I ask why they didn't do surgery at the time? The difficulty is that with extended time often nerve impairments and spinal cord injuries are permanent. Thus it's often recommended that for spinal problems in which the spinal cord or nerves are being impinged or when there... (2 replies)
Spinal stenosis
Jun 17, 2007
... it makes the surgical treatment of the carpal tunnel more problematic. ... (15 replies)
New to the Boards
Sep 28, 2006
... Obviously, no two cases are the same. An appropriate treatment for one person can and will differ from that of another person. One individual may be seeking pain relief because of a nerve being impinged by disc material. ... (10 replies)
New to this board
Mar 15, 2003
... HI there, and welcome to the board. Well where to start, bulging discs can cause muscle spasms , which are certainly uncomfortable. They can also have kind of a snowball effect. Also bulging discs can impinge on a nerve, which can cause the muscle spasms, but also the burning sensations you complain about.Impinged nerves can cause weakness in the affected area, as well as... (16 replies)

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