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... ve been reading and researching on this message 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. ... (29 replies)
Hello all
Jul 12, 2009
... my doctors in the beginning thought that was not possable. Then my first visit with the surgeon he told me its not uncommon at all, of course I dont know if this is the case with you but its possable. ... (6 replies)
... Hi, I'm a newcomer to HealthBoards. ... (19 replies)

... My aunt, who is in her 60s, is going to undergo a spinal canal stenosis surgery. ... (1 replies)
C-spine
Apr 1, 2001
... I'm unsure as to what the mass would be. Maybe it's a herniated disc which also can be surgically dealt with. Much better than having MS. Good luck ahead. Sounds like you may be in for the knife. ... (3 replies)
... se it would make them grow. I looked it up coz I thought it sounded familiar and found there are several methods of electrotherapy. I was shocked too to notice what ailments they were treating. Anyway, I had iontophoresis on my Achilles tendon.. ... (18 replies)
... What upsets me is we were doing the surgery in an emergency due to the "mass effect" on the cord. ... (4 replies)
... I suppose I'm also lucky in that, if you're gonna "break your neck", Mass General is the best place in the world to get it fixed! ... (4 replies)
... cervical spine normal in size and signal intensity. No abnormal spinal mass or fluid collection noted. There is mild straightening of the normal cervical lordosis. Vertebral body heights are fairly well maintained. ... (22 replies)
... cervical spine normal in size and signal intensity. No abnormal spinal mass or fluid collection noted. There is mild straightening of the normal cervical lordosis. Vertebral body heights are fairly well maintained. ... (1 replies)
... Well this sounds very confusing. I have had the same experience with to many doc giving direction all at once. I did really like having a Pain Management doc because he was the only one I would get medications from and he was also the one that directed me to certain types of other docs. ... (56 replies)
... scoliosis rarely causes pain unless their is other problems in spine. as for your lump an ultra should be done. your arm could be causing your pain if mass is blocking nerves. ... (4 replies)
Surgery date
Dec 26, 2003
... Well I have my first surgery date for jan 28th for C2 C3 disketomy and fusion.the first one is to remove the disc from my spinal column. ... (7 replies)
... i had surgery at the mgh and i was not and am not happy with who i got or what was done. but there is more than one ns on staff and i am so sorrry but i don't think i can say names. ... (4 replies)
... to form and you get this mass of the 2 together. They can be huge. It's is the body's attempt to keep the disk material in check by building a wall of bone around it. Instead, the entire thing acts as a huge irritation, causing all sorts of problems. And one minute you don't feel it and then BAM! ... (27 replies)
... C7 causing mass effect upon the spinal cord which is flattened and displaced posteriorly. There is spinal canal stenosis as well as severe right neural foraminal narrowing. ... (26 replies)
... at home and have one good result to report thus far. My hand and arm numbness has been GONE since the surgery. Of course the surgical pain isn't that great of a trade off, but I am pleased with that. My surgeon said that it was good, but the numbness may come and go. ... (16 replies)
... ly! you are like me with all your dx's. you did'nt say how old you are, but at 58 i just think i should be able to do more than i can. my oldest granddaughter is 19, she remembers everything we did together. my spine had not degenerated to this point yet. ... (4 replies)
C3-4 Question
Jul 12, 2007
... I'm now experiencing right sided back of the head numbness that comes and goes, I can feel it starting from my neck, it's like a whoosh feeling, and just goes into the back of my head, sometimes it's on the left side also. ... (0 replies)
... I have a significant amount of muscle mass and very large bones. Even with nerve damage and loss of muscle function, I never needed PT nor did I ever have a muscle spasm. ... (6 replies)




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