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C4 C5 C6 Herniated Disk
I have myofascial pain in the neck with a bulging disk at C4 C5 C6 c7. Would this cause burning and numbness pain in the neck and down both arms?
Wear and tear can cause degeneration in the vertebral column, and cause discs to deteriorate. The supportive basket, nucleus fibrosis develops small tears. A bulge is minimal perhaps a few millimeters, and is clinically insignificant, but additional disc displacement such as protrusion or herniation may compress ...Read more
Recent xray shows early degenerative disk disease c4-c5, c5-c6 and not the t5-t6? At 23 should i be concerned and should i be seeking neuro consult?
6 months ago, MRI shows herniated discs c4-c5, c5-c6. Now, no tingling down r arm but still neck, shoulder n upper back pain almost daily. What to do?
Neck pain: The neck pain can be caused by muscle strain, spinal stenosis, ruptured disc, nerve impingement ... The pain in the shoulder and upper back might be a refer pain. I recommend you seeking help from a health care provider (pain management doctor, physiatrist, neurologist, spine surgeon...) you might benefit from a comprehensive evaluation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Husband wore kevlar helmet for 22 years being infantry could this cause issues with C4 C5 c6? Along with his many back issues?
Cervical amine tony: Typically cervical laminectomies do not create an unstable spine. Sometimes flex ion and extension xrays can be helpful in assessing instability. Based on your ? . I would assume your are still having symptoms ,if so you may need additional testing as well as opinions from other spine surgeons. Consider a virtual consult for better direct\tion ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
C4-c5, c5-c6 disc replacement surgery. Interbody cage fusion cause adjacent discs to degenerate but using mobi-c will not. True?
Maybe: A theoretical advantage of artificial disk replacement is reduction in risk of other disks degenerating. Fusion is associated with this problem, but it is only one factor. Disk replacements in the neck do well, but may not always prevent disk problems at other levels. Ongoing research looking at long term outcomes are needed to answer this question. Early results are promising. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Doc suggest 2 tier mobi-c to replace c4-c5, c5-c6. I think device too new, too risky. Any safer method with higher success rate n around for longer?
Too New: As the mobi-c prosthesis just got fda approval not even one month ago, i would caution to wait to see some long term data regarding its success. Obviously that may not help you at this time for your condition. Regardless, if you are considering this or other options for surgery, you should seek out the opinion of at least 1-2 more spine surgeons before making a decision. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have a disc buldge in my neck c4, c5, c6. I am in intence discomfort for the last 3 years. I tried out all treatments nothing worked out. Please help?
See below.: If you are having arm symptoms including pain, weakness, and numbness you may be a candidate for an injection. Physical therapy can also be beneficial especially for neck pain. As a last resort, surgery can be beneficial for some patients especially if nerves are being compressed. I would consult with a spine specialist to discuss your specific case. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What are the long term effects of doing a interbody cage fusion after discectomy for my c4-c5, c5-c6 total disc replacement? Any better methods?
Adjacent segment de: While motion preservation is at least theoretically superior to fusion you have discovered that it does not always work. When that happens the decision has to be the choice of doing nothing or doing a fusion. Only your surgeon along with you can provide the answer to this question. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Mri spine suggests slight loss of signal from interertebral discs at c4-c5 and c5-c6 suggest degenerative change, minimal lossof signal at c2-c3.
Your very young: For these findings! any history of trauma? ...Read more
I suffered a c4 c5 c5 c6 and t7 t8 disc protrusion. the workmans comp Dr is instant that a protrusion and a strain are the same. Is this accurate?
Can multiple surgeries under general anesthesia for radiofrequency on c2, c3, c4, c5, c6, bilateral affect my kidneyfunction? Recent blood high bun/crtn.
Does any doctor know if any patients have complications 10-20 years after a 2 level implant of mobi c on c4-c5, c5-c6? Dangerous surgery?
Risk/benefit balance: The mobi-c device has not been available long enough at this point to have 10-20 year data to have directly applicable information to know. But all spinal surgery carries a risk over time that the repair may fail, or that the underlying back problem will progress, involving more areas, necessitating more surgery. Ultimately, the decision has to be about the risk to benefit balance of doing it now. ...Read more
I have had two ACDF's. C3/C4 & C5/C6. I got up this morning & turned and heard cracking. Now pain down arm, elbow, & into ring finger & thumb. ?
Get an x-ray: The first thing you worry about is movement of the implants. You need to see a spine surgeon and get x-ray done. However, it is unlikely the implants have moved or broken. It is likely that you simply have short-term recurrence of previous symptoms. This tends to go away. If not then you need further workup like CT scan. Get seen by your spine surgeon. ...Read more
C4-c5, c5-c6 total disc replacement using 2 mobic-c. Will mobile device get dislodged or crack? Will it cause paralysis/ nerve damage if this happens?
Mobi-C: This is a relatively brand new device, and it is the first and only artificial disc on the market approved for two-level surgery. The data from the company shows good results. Realize, however, that the mechanism of stabilization for this device is very different from others that have been on the market a lot longer. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
C4, c5, C6 are bulging. I have shooting pains, burning, general weakness in left arm. Both thumbs hurt to grip. 2 rt toes are numb. Is it all related?
Disc symptoms: The left arm symptoms may be related to the bulging discs, but the thumb symptoms are not. These may be caused by arthritis of the base of the thumbs. The numb toes may be related to nerve impingement in the foot. A neurologist would shed more light on your symptoms. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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