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... what would increase or decrease any real risk or danger in having traction really comes down to the level of injury and the extent. ... (16 replies)
... they found that there was more to the story, a bulging disc at C6 that was flattening my chord. Hence what my diligent doctors agreed was going to be a little fusion turned into a big one. ... (161 replies)
... lots of people try traction, in general, it is most successful with smaller bulges. ... (16 replies)

... ssage board for a few days now and have found all sorts of useful information. I was hoping to get some opinions on my neck issues. I am 29 years old and am in good physical shape. I am becoming frustrated with the different opinions I am getting and the fact that it is not getting better on its own. ... (29 replies)
Cervical neck pain
Dec 17, 2008
... no problem. i wish i had known all this stuff BEFORE i had to go thru it and learn as i went about the need for certain things. that is why i am here trying to help others just get to the heart of their own issues and know what they can do for themselves. ... (9 replies)
... there may be medications that can help you but it is a matter of finding what works for you specifically. ... (4 replies)
... All of her spinal nerves are okay but once you get moderate canal stenosis form a disc bulge, then you can get numbness anywhere from the site of the compression, on down. ... (3 replies)
... though his major symptom is numbness, headaches are coming on more and more. ... (16 replies)
... The part about Ortho vs. Neuro is that a Board Certified Neurosurgeon has more training in the cervical region as their speciality is nerves, the brain and spinal cord. ... (10 replies)
... I personally recommend seeing a Board Certified Neurosurgeon. They usually specialize in the cervical spine more than even BC Orthopedic surgeons. ... (4 replies)
... may arise without any disc herniation. The majority of symptoms is usually caused by one nerve root on one side. ... (4 replies)
... Your disc is like toothpaste and oozes out and in pressing on same level nerves sometimes and sometimes not. That is why the pain comes and goes. ... (2 replies)
... Hi, I am so sorry to hear of all your neck pain. I too suffer with neck pain, chronic now for 6 years. ... (26 replies)
... stenosis with 7mm herniation. ... (23 replies)
... rum because, like many of you, I am torn and have to make a decision. I have been under the care of two separate spine specialists and the most recent of the two is a highly renowned neurological institute. I currently have to take Celebrex and Lyrica religiously or the pain comes on strong. ... (34 replies)
Help please!!
Dec 27, 2005
... some studies that have shown a link between neck problems and fibromyalgia. And if you think about it that could very well be the case when you think of how the spinal cord works together with your nerves and pain receptors. ... (5 replies)
... moist heat both can make matters worse if used for long periods of time at once. I believe the general rule is no more then 20 minutes at time. ... (1 replies)
... Thank you. I ofte get discouraged with these doctors because it seems like they don't know what they are doing or what they are going to do for me. ... (4 replies)

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