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... There are 2 ways in which you get a reversal of the normal cervical lordosis. One is by sudden accident...that's what I had when I broke my neck. The other is a very slow reversal that accompanies osteoarthritis...I'm guessing that is what you have. That is not as dangerous as the rapid reversal. ... (22 replies)
... Hi, I am new to here and would really like some help with figuring out my MRI's of my Cervical Spine. Any help is really appreciated. ... (16 replies)
... and these a little better and to learn about others' experience with similar issues. I'm posting my first message after "lurking" and reading the message boards for the last few weeks, and would really appreciate any thoughts or insight you might have on my situation. ... (13 replies)

... Other than my spinal problems I have Fibromyalgia which also adds to my fatigue. I already had this written up. sorry for the long explanation. I do have a lot of symptoms and affects from my spinal stuff. ... (0 replies)
... cord compression. Risks and benefits of performing a decompression and stabilization were discussed with the patient. After all questions were answered, consent for surgery was obtained. Because we were working in proximity to neural elements, neuro monitoring was utilized. ... (14 replies)
... after 10 wks there was improvement with range of motion. Headaches, soreness, mild pain never goes away. ... (1 replies)
... Hi all. I have been reading many of your posts for some time now, but never posted until now. I have decided to have neck surgery and I want to share my situation and invite your thoughts and comments. ... (20 replies)
... There is reversal of the normal cervical lordosis without subluxation of the cervical vertebral bodies. The vertebral body heights are maintained. ... (2 replies)
... I'm new to this board. For the last 6 months I've been experiencing left had weakness. I can't open my left hand without using my right hand to force them open. ... (20 replies)
... Sk8ninja....are there any large medical centers around you that have clinics for people with no insurance? ... (3 replies)
... And here's the hard part with Social Security Disability. It's very hard to get. The average time to have a claim approved is 3 years and Medicare doesn't become available until 2 years after the first possible date you can be approved...which is 6 months after you apply... ... (22 replies)
... then a facet injection which helped a lot. I was pain free for about a year then it all started creeping back. ... (5 replies)
... y and one of the people who "attempts" to explain MRI's in plain English. I've had 2 major neck surgeries myself and possibly facing a third so I have to do this for myself as well. ... (4 replies)
2nd Surgery??
Oct 10, 2003
... I had surgery in Feb. ... (4 replies)
... There is straightening and reversal of the cervical lordosis consistent with paracervical muscular spasm. ... (4 replies)
... I'm not going to jump in and say it's ideal in this case. We just don't have enough info, based on the CT transcript. Seems like there are some pretty large disk bulges, and I'd guess that many surgeons would suggest ACDF's instead of laminoplasty. ... (17 replies)
... foremost is the issue I have with my neck... Short history... ... (0 replies)
... Lordosis just means a backward curve of the ascending spine. Some areas should be lordotic, and the neck is one. Reversal of lordosis in the neck is pretty common. ... (4 replies)
... which is normal for the cervical spine. Radiologists talk of "straightening" and "reversal" of the normal lordosis. ... (4 replies)
... Complete resolution of all symptoms by 8 weeks after surgery 1. Nine months later full symptoms returned including left side symptoms. ... (19 replies)

Associated Tags: arm pain, can't sleep, cervical, cervical degeneration, cervical stenosis, degenerative disc disease, disc degeneration, fusion, laminectomy, left side pain, mri help, myelomalacia, neuropathy, nubness in hand, radiculopathy, reversal of cervical lordosis, spinal & foraminal stenosis, spinal cord flattening, spinal cord injury, spinal stenosis, surgery

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