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Cervical Brachial Radiculitis
Not necessarily: Brachial radiculitis can come from cervical disc herniations or narrowing around nerve canal. Lifting weights or contact sports causing neck strain may increase your risk of nerve pressure from disc bulge or neck bone spurs. Many people will get cervical arthritis or degenerative changes naturally as they age and in some cases this can allow disc herniations or bone spurs that aggravate nerves. ...Read more
What are the risk factor of cervical radiculitis and can it be preventable and also did it can recurs again later in life or not?
Ans: You are only 23 yo. Any trauma can cause neck issues. These injuries will be very apparent as you age. Better take good care of body now ...Read more
Cervicalgia w/ rad: First. An MRI is needed to make sure you do not have spinal stenosis. something that can go on to have serious side effects if not surgically corrected. There are many causes of neck pain and the cause needs to be ascertained in order to treat properly. Muscle spasm responds well to PT, heat, stretching. Other structural defects needs to be addressed by a qualified nuero or orthopedic suregeon. ...Read more
Cervical spine MD.: See an orthopedic cervical spine specialist for your best provider. ...Read more
I was already diagnosed cervical spondylosis and radiculitis, lumbosacral radiculitis, and ljd what are my outcomes for the futu more information on my cervical spondylosis::::will cervical spondylosis and radiculitis, lumbosacral radiculitis, and lumbar
sorry to hear about your problems. First of all, try not to worry. Yes, paralysis is possible with cervical spondylolysis, but it is rare and usually does not occur overnight. Having said that, it is difficult to advise based on the histroy alone. Physical examination and MRI report would be needed to get a better picture of your problem.
The pain does not always correlate with the findings. In other words, many people have severe pain and little pathology or a lot of pathology and mild pain. It sounds like your pain is not acute but rather chronic. Medications do tend to stop working over time and sometimes they need to be changed or replaced by others to control pain.
Increased pain alone does not indicate that something terrible is going on. Watch for weakness in the arms or legs, changes in your bowel/bladder function, and, if you need to, get a second opinion.
Good luck. ...Read more
I had neck injury 2014 pain at time 8/10 now 3-4/10 Brachial neuritis radiculitis. Pinched nerves in neck. MRI done 2015 I relate to injury advise?
I have lumbosacral spondylosis without myelopathy, spinal stenosis other than cervical, lumbar region with neurogenic claudication and thoracic radiculitis. What should I do?
Could stress cause my cervical/brachial plexus to flare up as well as surrounding muscles to cause pain and almost a burning sensation?
I have chiari type1, when I lie down I hear my heart beats and the pulse in cervical vessels, brachial a. And small vessels of the head, my BP is normal?
Yes: Cervical stenosis can cause radiating pain anywhere from the neck, through the shoulder region and into the arm. It could also refer pain down near towards the blade, or there could be concurrent myofascial pain. With proper medication and physical therapy, if there's no neurologic compromise, the symptoms should be controlled. Should see a medical doctor. ...Read more
Had cervical dystopia for 4 years now and know 3 days ago if I look down to text on my phone the right side of my Neck and shoulder start to tingle?
Not dystopia: A dystopia is an imaginary place where people lead dehumanized & often fearful lives. You mean dystonia. And know you have sensory, not motor, symptoms. Please repost your question & include your neurologist's answer to your question; or, if you haven't asked him/her, why not. Your dystonia & current symptoms may be related, but it's hard to tell based on the minimal information in your post. ...Read more
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
Feels like I have a hump (round flat and in top center of the cervical vertebrae-closer to low part) not whole shoulder just that specific area, why?
Normal: It is pad of fat you could feel it because it locate on the top of last cervical vertebrae spine, it is normal just ignore it ...Read more
Many possibilities: SUGGEST A HANDS ON EVALUATION BY A DOCTOR OR CHIROPRACTOR ...Read more
Cervical epidural - c-2/c-3/c-4/c-5 - lots of pain in my neck and shoulder blade all the time. Will it help?
I have cervical rips im getting pain in my coller bones could this course pain or could it b to do with the limted movment in my left shoulder?
Cervical rib: An extra, small rib on the lower cervical vertebra can cause shoulder pain because it may trap or cause pressure on the nerves and blood vessels that pass behind the clavicle and into the axilla to provide sensation and blood flow to your arm. The symptoms can occur anywhere from your finger tips to your neck. If this is persistent, the treatment is to remove the extra rib. ...Read more
Experienced a cervical strain in 2011; pain still comes at times in shoulder/neck area. What can I do?
2 things.: See a good chiropractor for treatment. And think about getting a specific strength training program for the upper body. ...Read more
How often does frozen shoulder lead to Parkinsons? Have frozen shoulder, idiopathic cervical dystonia. Uncle (age 82), grandmother with Parkinsons.
A frozen shoulder can come from many causes. .. but it does not CAUSE a degenerative brain disease like Parkinson's disease, where the brain has trouble communicating with the muscles. You may wish to see a genetic counselor to assess your RISK of getting Parkinson's disease with two relatives having the illness.
Good luck! ...Read more
I last year I had ctr for cts, cervical injections for radiculopathy and slap tear repair in shoulder & decompression. Shoulder is hurting bad agai?
Should I tell my workers comp doctor that I was laid off while out of work? I have been pulled out of work due to cervical and shoulder injury. I was laid off about 3 weeks ago but I have not said nothing to my doctor about it. I was wondering if I should o
I: I don't think any reason why not. Knowledge of the fact won't interfere in your treatment. ...Read more
Evaluate Neck: If you are not improving have your doctor order a cervical spine mri. Many times a herniated disc in the neck can cause shoulder/arm pain especially if you have not improved with the medications and physical therapy. If it is a herniated disc you may need evaluation from a spine specialist to determine what other options might be needed (injections, surgery, etc) to help reduce pain. ...Read more
Confused: Those are two different problems that don't affect each other but that can feel similar. In some cases it can be difficult to differentiate one from the other. ...Read more
Can cervical radiculopathy cause shoulder "joints" pain? Would it give a sense of impingement in shoulder area?
Yes it can.: The upper cervical nerves C4 and C5 innervates the shoulder. You will then likely have pinched nerve at C3/4 or C4/5. Shoulder joint wear and tear is also common and can make it confusing. It is unlikely for you to have both. You need spine surgeon and a shoulder specialist to help you out. ...Read more
I've gotten botox shots for cervical dystonia, I can hold my head straight a lot better but I'm getting a lot of pain around my right shoulder?
Common, need PT: Shoulder pain can be common after dystonia injections and pt normally should be done to strengthen supporting muscles that have not been used because of the tightness. I would ask my doc for a pt script to see if they can give you some relief. The side that is causing shoulder pain verse the side your chin was pulled before is an important point to tell your pt as well. ...Read more