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... I've suffered from Cervical Arthritis for several years, caused from 2 cases of bad whiplash from auto accidents. ... (8 replies)
... S1. I have arthritis and DDD in all three spots. My pain levels are pretty high right now but here is what I have to offer. I saw a ortho doc who specializes in backs. He sent me to PM to get an ESI. I have that tomorrow. ... (8 replies)
... ce in. Right now, it's an orthopedist, one I finally found after going to several other orthos who were no help. So I finally found my special one, Dr. B, but we kind of plateaued out last Dec. when the ultrasound wasn't helping my shoulder any more, and we weren't ready to talk about knee replacement. ... (8 replies)

... Your best bet if theres arthritis is of course a Rhuematologist or an Internal Medicine specialist. ... (8 replies)
... I'm new here, and looking for some answers to chronic OA knee symptoms and was interested in this thread. Do Rheumatologists treat OA patients too? ... (8 replies)
... I'm bumping this up, hoping for an answer or two. ... (8 replies)
... e cervical arthritis, along with cervical ribs, herniated disk, stenosis, bone spurs and a pinched nerve. I was diagnosed with all but the cervical ribs in March of this year. I have known about the ribs for 18 years. I have been just going to my family doctor and she is managing me just dandy. ... (8 replies)
... A doctor who specializes is called an oseopath.. or someone who studies osteopathy. They are few and far between.. Maybe start by calling one of the big Hospitals in your area that often have a physicians referal line. ... (8 replies)
... Yes, Rheumatologists do treat OA. (8 replies)
... They just today switched me to methadon, wich i didnt like that idea but they are trying to get me some relief. I do know tommorw i will be going to get an exray of my thoratic are and of my spine and ribs to see if they can see anything! I do know my very first appt. with my pm dr. ... (9 replies)
... I have plenty of osteoarthritis and no meds for it except Tylenol Arthritis because I am allergic to Aspirn and it's realtives. ... (4 replies)
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Aug 8, 2006
... inflammatory. Osteoarthritis is a degenerative bone disease. It doesn't get better in time, it grows worse...for some people it's sooner than others. ... (7 replies)
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Jul 2, 2008
... I have no idea what it is causeing it in so many places. ... (6 replies)
... RIGHT. Osteophytes is the term used for bone spurs on the spine caused by Osteoarthritis. I have these. ... (3 replies)
... Wow, your story is amazing and I wish you peace and healing soon! LindaSR (5 replies)
... lift came out of the impact ok, I didn't. ... (5 replies)
... My arthristis started in my hips, then knees, which are by far the most painful of the two. Now I really need advice bad in this field. I don't know all the terms yet, and I think that stems from my family dr. ... (5 replies)
... An MRI will show up alot more than what a normal xray can. ... (9 replies)
... You will always be back in more pain after steroids but your body will resume making them and you should even out after a while. The point of the steroids is to stop the inflammatory process....halt it in it's tracks....and hopefully it won't start up again. But you can't undo damage already done. ... (14 replies)
... I too have just been diagnosed with osteo in both hips, one bad enough for sure to need a replacement. I have to wait 6 months just to see an orthopedic surgeon and then another 3 or 4 for the surgery. ... (8 replies)




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