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C6 Pinched Nerve Exercises
The brain and spinal cord communicates with what is occurring in the internal organs and limbs by nerve fibers where are like electrical wires with insulation (myelin) and the "copper" (axon). Within brain and spinal cord these nerves connect to other nerves via synapses on both axons and dendrites. A nerve can carry information regarding sensations, and ...Read more
C6 Nerve: A c5/6 issue will usually involve the C6 nerve causing a radiculitis/radiculopathy ("pinched nerve"). This will normally give you tinging and numbness on your front of upper arm into forearm and to thumb and index finger. Weakness can be seen in the extensor of your wrist, muscle that rotate your hand down, your flexor of the arm. ...Read more
What can be done for a pinched nerve in the neck at levelc5 c6? How can a nerve get pinched in that area? I just had a positive EMG. Please help
Several things: Time is biggest healer -90% resolve with no surgery. Lifestyle changes, not smoking & regular exercise are important & can be learned in physical therapy. Some people like to use inversion tables for traction or try acupuncture or even chiropractic. Medication & epidural steroid injections can be considered if no medical reasons not to use. Disc herniations have multiple causes. ...Read more
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Is a pinched nerve in the neck at C5 C6 a serious condition? Is a pinched nerve like cervical radiculopathy? Please help
Outcome varies: If there is compression of one of the nerve roots it is sometimes equivalent to a "pinched nerve". This type of physical compression of a nerve root can result in a radiculopathy. The outcome is variable. Sometimes over a period of days - weeks the radiculopathy will spontaneously improve. If you start noticing difficulty in pinching (weakness) of your thumb and index finger then check with MD. ...Read more
Pinched nerve in neck (C6) including pain and left thumb and forearm numbess. Going for EMG in a few weeks but what can be done beforehand to help make the pain and numbness go away?
Massage therapy: There might be certain positional components to your daily routine that worsen or exacerbate this pinched nerve or " cervical radiculopathy". Try to tilt your head the opposite side from your limb numbness to see if it improves. Typically manual medicine such as physical therapy, certain forms of chiropractic therapy and massage are helpful. ...Read more
Are epidural injection and traction the only thing used for a pinched nerve in the neck at C5 c6? Please help if you can
See a specialist: See a spine specialist. An MRI of the cervical spine can be useful. Conservative care includes pt, chiropractic, cervical traction, epidural injections and non steroidal anti-inflammatory meds. If these fail, surgery is often successful in relieving the pain. Check out spine-health. Com. ...Read more
Dx w/ mild c5/c6 pinched nerve, mild shoulder bursitis & bicep tendinosis, & de Quervain's all on right side. Possible? Could this exacerbate pain?
See details: That is a lot of different issues to occur at once. Anything is possible but not necessarily very likely. Consider a 2nd opinion. ...Read more
I have a pinched nerve at c5 and c6. Pinched by a herniated disc and bone spur. I've been having issues with swallowing. Can the pinched nerve cause it?
Dizziness & pain in neck when turn head to either side. Occasionally see black spots. Have Mild C5-C6 pinched nerve, neck stiffness & pain?
Get it checked,,: It's a good idea to get this checked out, especially the dizziness, as it could mean something more than a pinched nerve. It could be something to do with the ear canal or a blood pressure issue or some other condition. So it's a good idea to get a comprehensive check-up along with the results of the tests you had to find out what this is. Good luck! ...Read more
Does the following mean 2 pinch nerves? 1. degenerative disc disease at the C2-C3 level to result in mild to moderate spinal canal stenosis at this level. 2. Degenerate changes at the C5-C6 and C6-C7 levels resulting in mild to moderate spinal cana
No but can't tell: Spinal canal stenosis can cause spinal cord compression. In order to know if a nerve is pinched in the cervical spine you want to know if there is lateral spinal canal stenosis ore more specifically foraminal stenosis. The foramen is where the nerve comes out of the spine and can be pinched. ...Read more
Pinched nerves in neck from bulges at C5-C6 and C6-C7 via neck MRI, shoulder pain. Related? 6 MM slip at L5-S1 with pars defect and leg pain. Related? Thanks.
..Spine Specialist: 47 y/o Male w Pinched nerves in neck from bulges at C5-C6 and C6-C7 via neck MRI, shoulder pain. Related 6MM slipp at L5-S1 with pars defect and leg pain. Related? Thanks. Yes related called Degenerative Joint/ Disc disease. The Doctor who ordered the studies know what he/she is looking for Have him/her provide treatment guidance or see Spine Specialist. Thereafter mind Diet/ Exercise/ Lifestyle ...Read more
Neck cracks/pops, forehead/scalp tingling, is the result of pinched nerves in neck from bulges at C5-C6 and C6-C7 via neck MRI? Brain CTs/MRI's were all normal. Help!
Tingling: Neck cracking usually emanates from neck ligaments and vertebrae. Pinched nerves in the cervical spine generally cause Sharp, shooting pains in the back of the scalp. Tingling of forehead would be an unusual manifestation. I would be reassured about no significant neurological pathology in your case and would regard the tingling symptoms as more of a nuisance. A neurologist can advise you best. ...Read more
Is an emg test necessary if the MRI shows c4, C5 and C6 nerves pinched. Have c4, C5 and C6 ruptured disc in neck with C4 C5 and C6 pinched nerves on right side and C6 nerve pinched on left side. Have had bone scan, and CT and now doctor is wanting emg.
Not: Not all disk herniations cause pain. Emg is helpful to determine which disks and nerves are symptomatic. This information may help determine the disks operated on. Therefore, EMG is often necessary because it may give important information. Good luck! ...Read more
Neck cracking/popping, forehead/scalp tingling, the result of pinched nerves in neck from bulges at C5-C6 and C6-C7 via neck MRI? MRI's and CT's of brain were normal. Thanks.
Does not correlate.: The disk bulges at C5-C7 should affect your arm & neck, not the forehead & scalp. Many people live their ENTIRE LIVES with bulging disks & don't complain of any pain, so MRI or CT scan to "diagnose" bulging disks is actually a gross misuse of imaging. Talk to your doctor or a neurologist about your symptoms to undergo accurate testing. Or use HealthTap Prime. Good luck to you; hope you find cause. ...Read more
Probably not: Although cervical spine problems can be associated with headaches and dizziness, usually these problems originate from the upper cervical segments (c2-5). If you are having arm and/or upper back pain, it is probably the result of these disc herniations. You should know that many patients without symptoms will have c5-7 disc herniations on their MRI which may be a serendipitous finding. ...Read more
Its possible: I would suggest seeing a pain/spine specialist to evaluate you further to evaluate what level and what can be done to treat you. There are interventional treatments besides medications and surgeries that might reduce or eliminate the pain altogether. ...Read more
I'm a bootcamp junkie with a rhr of 48. I currently have all the symptoms of a bulgingdisc pinched nerve. What exercises can I do till im all better?
See A DOCTOR: Would suggest seeing a doctor to verify the diagnosis. If that is what it is he can instruct you on what exercises would be best. ...Read more
Yes: It's possible to get a pinched nerve from exercise especially if you accelerate weight too fast or aren't careful about form. The first response is ice on the sore spot 20 min out of every hour along with Ibuprofen (if yourstach tolerated it). If you are still in pain in a day or two, see yourdoctor. ...Read more
Dislocated right upperback long time. Now when I try to exercise instantly get warm and feel faint. Blood work ok no medical problems. Pinched nerve?
Probably: Should get cervical spine xrays. Nerves from neck affect sensation to upper back. May need to evaluate ypur posture and exercise. Try an osteopathic physician who does manipulation ...Read more
Can lumbar radiculopathy b due to pinched nerve? Took robaxin (methocarbamol) a month ago and exercises to do. No disc problems nor childbirth. Pain n back, legs, feet
Mini heart attack or pinched nerve, im 22, 5'11, 236lbs, smoker, junkfood eater, no exercise, shooting pain radiating from my neck, worsens at shoulder and shooting down into my arm and hand?
You need to consult your Family Physician and get checked. At your age with the symptoms you described it is very unlikely to be due to heart problem
And more likely from a problem with your Cervical Spine and may be a pinched nerve causing pain radiating down the arm
Get your self checked and treated
And advice to stop smoking and lifestyle changes for your eating habits and exercise ...Read more
How can I possibly exercise with 3 pinched nerves from spinal stenosis prevents me from even walking?
Spinal stenosis: Patients with spinal stenosis typically have a condition called neurogenic claudication that prevents them from standing straight and walking long distances. Bending forward typically opens up the canal and these patients can often be found leaning against a shopping cart at the grocery store. Core strengthening exercises can help support the spine and minimize pressure on your neural elements. ...Read more
I have cysts, buldging disk., degeneration &pinch nerve in back neck &hip. Would it hurt me if I used a exercise bike.
Get seen: It is possible that there may be permanent nerve injury if you ignore this! Please see an orthopedic surgeon or neurosurgeon soon. It is possible there may be a non surgical solution but you need expert evaluation and advice. ...Read more
It depends on area: It depends on the the location of the pinched nerve. If it's in the neck you will have pain traveling down your arm. It may also be accompanied by numbness and/or weakness in the arm as well. If it is in the middle back these symptoms may wrap around your ribcage and if in the lower back they may radiate down your leg. ...Read more
Where is it:
More information needed to help you. Is it really a pinched nerve. It could be ligament instability or sprain in the neck or back and might benefit from prolotherapy to resolve the issue in the most conservative fashion.
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Pinched nerve: A pinched nerve is caused by disc herniation or bulge in most cases, but can be caused by arthritis and stenosis in older people. There will be radiation of pain/tingling in the finders or toes. You may also have numbness in specific areas of the limb and in severe cases weakness in the limbs as well. A non-radiating pain is usually not a nerve. It may feel like pressure, tingling, shooting etc. ...Read more
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