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... Hello all, Its been a while since my last post - I wanted to give a brief update and pass along some important information that I've learned in the past month that may help others on the board. My profile below lists my issues in the cervical spine. So far, I've seen 1 orthopedic surgeon and 2 neurosurgeons regarding my condition. I was in severe pain in the months of... (7 replies)
... No abnormalities of the visualized spinal cord or limited images of the posterior fossa noted. ... (3 replies)
C6/c7 elbow pain
Jul 8, 2010
... way shape for form an real actual 'picture' of an area,so may things may not be realistically even seen by even the best NSs til they actually cang et into that spinal level and really just visualize things in there at all? ... (10 replies)

... racentral disc protrusion, superimposed on disc bulge, effacing the thecal sac resulting in severe central canal stenosis and indenting the ventral aspect of the cord edema. Disc bulge also results in mild bilateral foraminal narrowing. ... (3 replies)
... A few months ago I had an MRI which revealed focal spinal stenosis at C5-C6 with spinal cord compression and nerve impingement. I also had an X-Ray 2 years ago showing a slipped vertebra (spondylolesthesis) at L5-S1. The result of both of these conditions is increasing spasticity, heaviness and a feeling of charlie horse type pain in my right leg after walking a few... (1 replies)
Physical Therapy
Oct 12, 2012
... C6 for spinal cord impingement, nerve root impingement. ... (8 replies)
... was very successful in that it alleviated my neck pain. However, it didn't alleviate my shoulder, arm and hand pain. Evidently these symptoms are similar to an impingement of the ulnar nerve in the arm. I am now seeing in addition to my neuro doc an orthopedic surgeon who has an impeccable reputation like my neuro doctor. ... (25 replies)
... I'll be honest with you in that the posterior approach is more painful than the anterior approach you had with the ACDF. I am a surgery veteran (back, knees, feet, etc) and I have to say that the ACDF was one of the least painful procedures I ever had in terms of "surgical pain". I woke up from the ACDF with a tremendous relief of my nerve pain down the arm and the incision... (23 replies)
... Does it say you have nerve impingement or spinal cord impingement? ... (7 replies)
... ing 275 to 325 lbs up over my head. I slipped and fell forward and caught myself on the stretcher but my arms and neck bent backwards. I was treated for shoulder impingement for about 4wks and went to see an ortho. He decided pain was coming from my neck. Now my shoulder is still killing me it clicks and pops when I move it. ... (0 replies)
Neck pain
May 10, 2004
... say it but you'll probably need to think in terms of surgery. I know it sounds scary to have this done. It's not a minor procedure to be messing around by your spinal cord. ... (5 replies)
... buckling of the ligamenta flava. There is mild impingement on the spinal cord surface without apparent medullary signal alteration. ... (2 replies)
... sides of the spinal cage through which pass the spinal nerves after they leave the spinal cord and head down into your arms. ... (3 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)
... level broad bases disc bulge noted with narrowing both exiting foramen. No significant spinal stenosis seen at this level. ... (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)
Mri cervical
Sep 1, 2014
... Any place you see nerve root impingement it means that something is pressing on that nerve which can cause pain, tingling, weakness and atrophy over time radiating down your arms. ... (3 replies)
... anterior osteophytosis at the thoracic spine. No cord impingement. ... (5 replies)
... cord impingement is allowed to go on, the greater the likelihood of irreparable damage. ... (2 replies)
... Andrea, That is curious and intriguing--neuropathy due to cervical stenosis, versus statin use. I too have been on Lipitor 80 mg for > 1 yr. Prior to that, 5 years on Crestor 40 mg. Bet you have hypertension too (?) When this started in Feb., I had looked in depth for side-effects of Lipitor, and saw parasthesia in one source, and called my Cardiologist, who said not... (161 replies)

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