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2010 lumbar xray scoliosis an sclerosis of facet joints a MRI in 01an06 of neck hern/buldg disc min pressure on spinal cord, what test show nerve dam?
3: Physical exam, ssep and emgncv.Get a more detailed answer ›
What to do if I have severe scoliosis and neck problems. What types of scoliosis therapy should I avoid?
Depends: Usually exercise and physical therapy is the mainstay of dealing with issues from scoliosis. Sometimes depending on how much curve you have you might benefit from a brace as well. I would speak with a good musculoskeletal/spine physical medicine & rehabilitation doctor or even an orthopedic spine surgeon. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What kinda stretches can I do to help back and neck pain I have scoliosis and neck degnration and I'm not sure I may possible have a slipped dics in neck or back?
Physical therapist: Your safest bet is to be evaluated at a spine clinic or by an orthopaedic specialist who will then instruct a physical therapist in what exercises are best for your particular condition. After a session or two you will be given instruction on doing the exercises at home. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Neck and back pain neck stiffness jaw stiff like i csnt open it all the way, TMJ scoliosis and neck degeneration is this normal ?
Scoliosis cracking: In a word, no.Get a more detailed answer ›
I have minor scoliosis, the curve moves my neck to the side. Can I straighten my neck somehow to cause it to have less of a lean? Thanks
Varies : You can ultimately work on your range of motion and flexibility of the area with physical therapy and stretching. If you do have a mild curve it would be pretty uncommon to have much of a deformity going into the neck. Don't hesitate to be seen and examined directly to discuss further treatment options. ...Read more
Any type: Congenital with abnormal vertebral shape is a definite possibility. Otherwise, idiopathic is most likely. Various curve configurations may give differing appearance to the spine. So your curve may be a structural upper thoracic curve or primary thoracic with a compensatory structural upper curve. These are classified as lenke 1, 2, 3, 4. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I've got scoliosis now my neck is giving me problems.It feels like a spur is tearing through my neck out my back?
Be seen: If your pain is particularly severe, I sure would not hesitate to be seen for a more specific diagnosis beyond that you simply have scoliosis. A good exam and appropriate tests will usually determine the cause of your pain and your options for treatment. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have s curve in my spine is there anything that can be done as get lit of neck and back pain it's in the middle been told it scoliosis ?
I have moderate scoliosis (s curve) had mri. It said "sagittal alignment is normal". How can this be with scoliosis?! I had MRI for neck issues.
Compensation: Your spine and really your body will compensate for scoliosis so that you try your best to stand appropriately and to balance the weight of your body. Moreover, if you have only moderate scoliosis your body could easily accommodate your scoliosis such that your sagittal alignment is actually normal. The sagittal alignment is the line that connects your head to your pelvis. ...Read more
I have 3 s curves in my neck, middle&lower back. Wore a boston jacket ages 8-14 now at age 23 in daily activity pain, could my scoliosis be the cause?
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