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... or cord compression may be amenable to treatment for a while, but become less so over time. Fourteen months is too long to wait. ... (2 replies)
... I am not a doctor and do not always understand the results of these tests. Your future treatment needs and should be discussed with your health care professional. Many people can have the exact same wording on an MRI and be feeling very differently. ... (4 replies)
... Could anyone help me with what my futue treatment will be. I am a big workout person and love to lift weights and box etc now everything hurts. Anyone with similar story? ... (4 replies)

... minal stenosis are. The ones that I don't know about are the cord edema and the marrow edema. I have no idea what that is. Also about the reversal of cervical lordosis due to muscle spasm. I have no idea what that means. ... (3 replies)
... m a proactive, get as much information as I can, type of person. If anyone can give me first impressions of the following, I'd appreciate it. I need to know what treatment options might be, as well as what the projected long term effects of these injuries could be. ... (4 replies)
... Hello I just had an MRI and the result it was : there is a loss of the normal cervical lordosis with multilevel disc osteophyte bars extending overC3/4 to C5/6. at C5/6 level there is a resultant narrowing of the neural exit foramen bilaterally whic well may be impinging of the exting C6 nerves. Changes at C3/4 and C4/5 are less marked with no significant neural foraminal... (2 replies)
... is it really the minor disc bulges i have and what treatment can i have if there is any. is there a SURGERY for this? ... (4 replies)
... my MRI done today after having pain in neck, shoulder all the way till the arm. I need help in understanding the same if anyone had similar problem and what was treatment that followed. ... (3 replies)
... I have been having terrible neck spasms for about a year now. The most recent one finally forced my doctor to do a neck x-ray. I received a copy of the report but haven't heard from my doctor yet. It says under impression: 1. Dextroscoliosis and reverse lordosis 2. Degenerative disc findings with reactive endplate spures, c4-c5 and c5-c6 Do I need treatment, and if so... (1 replies)
Pain Control
Sep 19, 2007
... First, you are not at a dead end by any means, hang in there. One drs. opinion and treatment plan may differ from another. I prescribe to the 3 drs comparison method, if you can afford it. ... (5 replies)
... There is loss of cervical lordosis with slight straigtening of the cervical spine. Vertebral body heights are normal. ... (7 replies)
... Is it something that requires treatment ? ... (17 replies)
Help please!!
Dec 27, 2005
... HI, thanks for the response. I am 34, the mri was in June of 04 and the lordosis was most likely due to the accidents/whiplash. I am on xanax 0.5 2xday as needed but this is for the dizziness I have. That was the treatment that the neurootologist(specializes in inner ear trouble) recommended. The test I had didnt reveal any inner ear damage but did show an abnormal signal... (5 replies)
... And what the treatment might be? ... (5 replies)
... Numerous facet and nerve blocks along with extensive conservative treatment prior to surgery. ... (4 replies)
Please help!!!
Jun 19, 2003
... ok, i'll take a stab at it. kyphosis has to do with the bend in your neck. lordosis is the natural bend, kyphosis means it bends forward sharply and can be caused by muscle spasm. ... (1 replies)

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