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Fibromyalgia Treatment Spinal Myelopathy
I am suffering from Non Compressive Myelopathy what is treatment for this please
I suffering this from 15 month and this disease progress day to day?
There are surgical: Options, such as tendon transfers. There are physicians at tgh that i know can do this. However, this will not correct the myelopathy, it will only ease the pain from the spasticity. It may not improve function as well. Have you tried Botox injections? They are very useful with spasticity of you have not tried yet. ...Read more
Which hospital is good for the treatment of cervical myelopathy in india ? Am I safe to travel back home afterward?
Review Carefully: Medical care obtained abroad can be risky. Check out this from the cdc before making your decision: http://www.Cdc.Gov/features/medicaltourism/. ...Read more
Have displacement of lumber intervertebral disc w/o myelopathy follow up treatment fluoroscopy procedure snr consider myelogram can I work again hurts?
Need more info: I think i may be able to answer your question, but i'm uncertain what it is. Can you pm me? ...Read more
No adjustment!: Myelopathy means you have symptoms due to pressure on the spinal cord in the neck. Adjustments are absolutely out of the question. A decompression or fusion is the most appropriate treatment to stop progression of symptoms. However, the kind of procedure is dependent on the reason you have myelopathy. You need to see a spine surgeon in order to fully evaluate your problem. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Mri findings say acquired spondylolisthesis and cervical spinal stenosis with myelopathy . I am in a great amount of pain. What next ?
2 level adr in2010. Having mild myelopathy. Mri shows severe spinal stenosis c3-4. Doc. Suggests conversion to fusion c3-c8 posterior. How's this done?
Back of neck: Given your prior surgery from the front of your neck, the approach from the back will avoid the scarring associated with the prior surgery. The surgery will require an incision and the muscles will be separated to expose the bones covering back of the spine. The bone will be removed to take pressure off the spinal cord. How much bone removed is determined by the narrowed levels where pressure is. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What is the risk of having severe cervical spinal stenosis myelopathy? There is almost no CSF around T3/T4&6 due to narrowing from the disks and steno
It depends: As another doctor pointed out, the "T" designation refers to the thoracic spine and you are indicating you have cervical canal stenosis. Therefore, I wonder if you really mean "C" when you indicate "T". Nonetheless, myelopathy is a clinical syndrome that is frequently due to spinal stenosis at whatever level, but the lack CSF around the spinal cord at a level does NOT necessarily imply myelopathy. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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