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... I as well hope that PT works for all who are going thru it. I went to PT after my first neck surgery, and it made my situation worse. ... (12 replies)
C5 & c6
Aug 29, 2009
... Well, actually, there is. There are some WISE people in this board who said there is a procedure called discogram. It shows exactly where is the problem(for the best of my knowledge). Whatever you decide, you will need to look for second and third and even more opinions when it comes to neck surgery(or any type of surgery). and also, don't do it with just any surgeon. You... (7 replies)
... Five plates in a span of 7-8 discs is a lot.... I would tend to think that a lot of her pain could be from little to no ROM(range of motion). Think about it if she was trying to turn her head & her C1-C2-C3-C4-C5-C6-C7 was totally fused then that would be a huge fight going on there. I had a 4 level ACDF done & had 2 plates installed. I also had also had a Corpectomy/PCDF... (3 replies)

... I had some severe nerve irritation after neck surgery and my doc sent me for an epidural steroid injection (just one) to calm that nerve down as it was searing nerve pain. One ESI did the job! (15 replies)
... Last year in January I started having an enlarged dorsocervical fat pad which caused some alarm and started limiting ROM and then neck pain started up pretty bad. ... (2 replies)
... I have figured out that surgery is likely my best option for regaining function and range of motion in my arm and shoulder. ... (7 replies)
... c7. Although it seemed to strengthen my neck, I still continued to have headaches even after the surgery and up to this day. My neck "catches" when turned a certain way, I get tension headaches, and getting in a comfortable position when laying down is almost impossible. ... (3 replies)
... ve always been able to do. At times, it is better than others, but mostly I have difficulties all the time now. Had an EMG a month ago. It mostly points to right C6 radiculopathy. It also talked about the right Ulnar nerve at the elbow, but didn't emphasis a major issue there. Had a CT Scan done with a myleogram. ... (10 replies)
... however your condition seems very similar to mine, I have tried cervical traction, in numerous different forms...at one point I was attaching bungee cords to my neck collar and hanging them from a pole in my door way, then would just bend my knees and wait a while... ... (28 replies)
... If your vertebrae are fractured you should ask if surgery is an option. If your disc is herniated or bulging you should ask what, besides the collar, is in the treatment plan. ... (11 replies)
... That is just to tell you when i hurt my neck the first time. ... (2 replies)
... Also arthoscopic shoulder surgery required for tear to glenoid labrum and impingement. ... (0 replies)
... that I don't have much to lose by risking surgery either. ... (6 replies)
... Here are the results of the MRI. I am certain that my problem is higher up in my skull. I have pain and snapping in the back of my head. I understand that I have issues lower down on my neck, but I don't feel they are related to this issue. The cracking and other issues were not present prior to my surgery, and the bulging etc would have been there way before my surgery. ... (9 replies)
... First, I'd like to thank all the people who have posted their experiences on these boards. I gathered more information here on how to prepare for my surgery than from anywhere or anyone else. ... (3 replies)
... s node is identified along the superior endplate of the C6 vertebral body. Heavily T2 weighted STIR images reveal no adnormal edema signal. Incidental note is made of prominent lingual tonsils. ... (21 replies)
... s node is identified along the superior endplate of the C6 vertebral body. Heavily T2 weighted STIR images reveal no adnormal edema signal. Incidental note is made of prominent lingual tonsils. ... (21 replies)
... Neurologist is adamant that surgery is needed. ... (10 replies)
... I couldn't live without my traction unit. It relieves the majority of my pain instantly! (28 replies)
... I an in Constant severe neck/back/head/shoulder/arm pain for more than 2 years since head injury. Head has improved but severe cervical and related upper back/arms/shoulder stiffness with 24x7 pain. Some releif when I lie down otherwise severe pain in vertical position. Arms/Shoulder are weak, numb and painful (shoulder in particular) PT/Medication etc. dont help much-... (28 replies)


Associated Tags: cat scan results, cervical canal stenosis, cervical disks neck, disc-osteophyte complex, emg, foraminal stenosis, foraminotomy, neck cracking, neck problems, neural foraminal stenosis, neurosurgery, pinched nerve, radicular pain, spinal cord problem

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