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Herniated Cervical Disk
Is it normal to still have loss of taste even after a week after surgery (herniated cervical disks)?
Not possible but...: A herniated disc means the gel-like substance in the center of the disc has leaked out and chiropractic treatment can not possibly make than gel disappear. See http://www.spine-health.com/video/cervical-herniated-disc-video However, a good chiropractor or osteopath may help reduce the pressure that gel is putting on a nerve. Another option to consider is prolozone: http://tinyurl.com/h7e7yp4 ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can chiropractor permanently fix cervical herniated disks or just reduce symptoms? Could that add 3 inches of additional height in an adult as result
Cervical Herniated D: I understand your desire to have relief from pain Chiropractic Treatment can reduce symptoms, it cannot add 3 inches of additional height in an adult as result, it cannot permanently fix cervical herniated disks Let the Wise Woman within you ask: • Severity of symptoms • Limitation of Functioning • Seeing Orthopedic Physician, Establishing Diagnosis with MRI or CT Scan • Treatment Options ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Herniated disc: In my experience that would be a very unusual finding to see throat pressure and pain associated with a cervical disc herniation. ...Read more
Should I get the acdf surgery done if I have 2 herniated disks cervical spine from c4 to c6 and c5-c6 is cimpressing on my spinal cord?
Comments: Neck surgery is a significant event, especially at age 25, and would strongly urge a second opinion, especially with a Neurosurgeon. If you do indeed have a spinal cord compression, this is a risky problem and needs more rapid intervention. The surgical technique may vary, but decompression is mandatory prior to cord damage. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have RA as well as 2 herniated discs lumbar, 1 cervical herniated disk, spinal stenosis, OA. What is the best medication for pain mgmt w/o tiredness?
Ask your DR: Information and advice for your question is best to come from your DR who has all your medical history and the latest exam findings ...Read more