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... sorry title sposed to say "...pain from nerve root impingement" am not sure how to edit. ... (11 replies)
S-1 Nerve or what?
Jul 17, 2009
... The disk will probley heal within 4 to 6 weeks and the impingement will go away physo will help with this, after that period like me you will either deal with the pain or look at other measures like steroid shots or surgery. ... (11 replies)
... disc bulge to the left of midline associated with minimal narrowing. No overt nerve root impingement. From the sagittal images, no focal disc herniation. Minor bulges. ... (11 replies)

... Hey everyone! I found this board while doing some recent searching during what seems to be some progression of my cervical arthritis. My story isn't too exciting--I've been struggling with sort of a "mutant" degenerating neck since I was a teen and earlier...a reverse curvature, yadda yadda. In my twenties after having my son, I started getting tingling on my left side and... (3 replies)
... Nah it was instant from the impact to the spine, my skeleton took a big impact from a fall, my rib was also damaged. C6 because yeh the nerve root impingement was found to be at c6 from the irritation in the signal of that nerve, and yeh it matches the pain pattern down through thumb and index and middle finger, the thumb being the worst (i was a bit confused about thumb... (11 replies)
S-1 Nerve or what?
Jul 17, 2009
... You express exact sympthoms of S1 nerve impingement, when you are experiencing pain try to lift your big toe, and try to push your foot outwards against someones hand from the outside edge of the foot. ... (11 replies)
... So essentially they have to take off part of the disc thats pressing on the nerve root? ... (11 replies)
... So essentially they have to take off part of the disc thats pressing on the nerve root? ... (11 replies)
... level nerve roots. unless 'something' has literally damaged it, this would be more 'common or likely,inpingement from something like what i mentioned above. ... (3 replies)
... No central canal stenosis, no visible nerve root impingement. Recommend an MRI of cervical spine for further assessment. Doesn't sound bad to me. ... (6 replies)
Nerve Blocks
Dec 13, 2002
... lifted and fused with bone harvested from my hip, the last surgery in 1998. I also had a nerve block at C2 which lasted a little over two years, wearing off around Easter. ... (4 replies)
... pain radiating down the leg, numbness, weakness, knee buckling at times. The nerve at L5 joins others in forming the sciatic nerve...largest nerve in the body. ... (11 replies)
... The nerve conduction study, I suppose? ... (11 replies)
... ptoms and the duration of the symptoms my new PCP sent me for an MRI immediately along with xrays. Once the results came back he said I had a disc impinging the nerve and sent me to a neurosurgeon. ... (10 replies)
Physical Therapy
Oct 12, 2012
... C6 for spinal cord impingement, nerve root impingement. ... (8 replies)
... Multilevel degenerative changes as detailed above withoutevidence for cord impingement, nerve root impingement ordemyelinating disease. ... (3 replies)
... From what's in the report there doesn't appear to be any significant nerve pinching or compression on the spinal cord. ... (6 replies)
... Before that particular operation, I had no pain at all. The symptoms were 3/4 loss of strength in left deltoid and biceps (this was the C5 nerve). Most of the lost strength came back immediately, and that was it. I'd say it was a good op. I went in expecting to spend one night, but was raring to go by early afternoon and got released late afternoon. Never filled my pain... (11 replies)
... Hmm ok thx, did your foraminotomy resolve the nerve pain (did u have any pre op?)? If so was it resolved instantly or took time to heal? Did it resolve all of the pain or only a %? Was it a good op for you? Would you do it again? (11 replies)
... OK, I suppose your problem MIGHT be alleviated by a simple Left-C6 foraminotomy. (I had a Left-C5 foraminotomy a few years ago, and it was an outpatient procedure with almost no recovery period) The question would be, can a foraminotomy (coming from behind) access the disk (or osteophyte) which is impinging on that nerve? (11 replies)


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