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Cervical (Definition)

Cervical relates to the first seven vertebra of the spine. It is related it the neck. Also it refers to the muscular opening/exit of ...Read more


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How to clean the dirt in the cervix of the neck?

How to clean the dirt in the cervix of the neck?

See below: I'm not too sure what you are asking, but if you take a bath or shower daily and wash your neck you should be in good shape. ...Read more

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Can cervical spondyolis radiate to front of neck?

Can cervical spondyolis radiate to front of neck?

Spondylosis: Yes it can; neck pain and radiating symptoms to the chest or clavicle (collar)bone can happen, depending on the level in the neck that has degeneration.... Go see a doctor if you are worried about pain at night/sweats, or other general symptoms, and imaging studies, perhaps including an MRI can be helpful to find the cause. Good luck! ...Read more

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How to know if I have cervical (neck) spondylosis?

Imaging: An MRI of the cervical spine can answer your question. Check out spine-health. Com. ...Read more

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Where can I get one of those neck stretching machine?

Pronex: Pronex® pneumatic cervical traction device - works better - covered by insurance with http://empi. Com. ...Read more

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I need help! How do I know if I have cervical (neck) spondylosis?

Radiology: Certainly symptoms of neck pain or radiating pain to the arms or hands may give you some indication of cervical spondlylosis. However, x-rays, CT scans or MRI scans can provide a visual confirmation and can pin down the level (s) of the spine that are affected. This is particularly important if any surgical treatment is necessary. ...Read more

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What types of symptoms would you expect from someone who has a reversed cervical curve in their neck?

Forward head posture: The technical term is kyphosis and it is commonly called forward head posture. The cervical vertebrae become compressed in the front and ligaments stretched in the back. Many times it is associated with TMJ problems and headaches which may originate in the back of the head. It will also associate with rolled shoulders and increases curvature of the back with hips forward to compensate down body. ...Read more

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What could cervical disk herniation aggravate into? Can the neck break or something? How to slow wear and tear after diagnosis.

What could cervical disk herniation aggravate into? Can the neck break or something? How to slow wear and tear after diagnosis.

Neck can't break, but: Your neck can;t break, but you could get articular nerve pain, numbness and tingling at that level. You should make sure you have a proper head rest in your car. And if you swim don't dive. A physical therapist can instruct you in gentle strengthening exercises and activities to avoid. ...Read more

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I have cervical neck pain, what to do?

I have cervical neck pain, what to do?

Lots of options: First, one should seek out a pm;r pain specialist (or maybe anesthesiologist with pain training) to fully evaluate the neck. An MRI may end up being needed, but not after usually trying more conservative treatments such as nsaids, prednisone, and maybe pt. Surgery is not usually needed or appropriate for axial neck pain. Interventional pain injections into the appropriate structure can help. ...Read more

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Canmuscle spasm in neck causeyou to lose cervical curve?

Canmuscle spasm in neck causeyou to lose cervical curve?

Yes, but see below: After neck injury, many pts will develop pain and stiffness in the neck. X-rays often will describe "straightening of the spine", usually due to muscle tightness or spasm. ...Read more

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When I massage for cervical neck tension, I get sick, why? It's been 2 years.

Could be: Tension caused by nerve irritation in the neck due to disk herniation. Manipulation of the neck makes it worse. See your pain doctor for an exam and possibly an MRI for best results in diagnosis and treatment options. ...Read more

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What is cervical lardosis and can it cause neck pain?

What is cervical lardosis and can it cause neck pain?

Neck pain: Cervical lordosis is normal curvature of the cervical spine. It looks like a bow from side. If one loose lordosis aka straightening of cervical spine head translates forward causing increased load on muscles on back of your neck. If not treated one can suffer from chronic neck pain, headaches and shoulder pain. ...Read more

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If a cervical spinal fusion been determined to fused properly should the neck hardware be removed?

If a cervical spinal fusion been determined to fused properly should the neck hardware be removed?

Usually not unless: The hardware or instrumentation poses or is causing an issue such as displacement or loosening which would be rare with a fusion achieved. ...Read more

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How to diagnose tinnitus caused by cervical (neck) issue? Which medical professional should I consult?

How to diagnose tinnitus caused by cervical (neck) issue? Which medical professional should I consult?

Neck?: Tinnitus is a phenomenon involving the VIIIth cranial nerve, which is nowhere near your neck. I fail to see how a neck "issue" (whatever that means) could have anything to do with it. Tinnitus usually falls within the purview of otorhinolaryngology. ...Read more

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I have a burning in my neck that has totally incapacitated me. Had a cervical 3 disc fusion 1 1/2 years ago. What is this?

Time for a Dr. Visit: There are several potential reasons including adjacent segment disease, failure to fuse, and musculoskeletal pain. You deserve a new work-up to get some answers and relief. Good luck. ...Read more

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My neck hurts so much from the joining of my head I can't turn from one side down to my shoulder and Down to my cervical borne?

My neck hurts so much from the joining of my head I can't turn from one side down to my shoulder and Down to my cervical borne?

Not enough info!: It you have a stiff neck that is new, along with fever, cough, sore throat or any other acute illness, you need to get seen right away to make sure you don't have a serious infection. Otherwise if your neck has been hurting for awhile, a little more information would help. When did it start? Did you hurt it? We can't tell what's going on from the info you provide. If it is that severe, see MD ...Read more