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Does kyphosis cause heart issues? Or c5-c6 herniated disc symptoms are similar to heart issues symptoms.
May be: Kyphosis does not cause any heart diease. How ever depending on the severity of kyphosis, people are more prone to get degenerative changes and arthritic changes in spine. This in turn can pinch the nerves and may cause referred pain in chest wall which would mascaraed as heart pain. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: One of the most common causes of headaches that is frequently misdiagnosed as "migraines" are headaches arising from the upper cervical facet joints. These are very easy to treat. You should find a good interventional pain management physician trained in the evaluation of headaches including cervicogenic headaches. Disc problems and cervical spinal stenosis don't usually cause headaches. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Can cervical radiculopathy and intervertebral disc disorder with myelopathy, cervical region cause bladder problems?"
See below: Not sure i understand this question some people have more back pain when they bend forward, this is usually seen in people with disc problems. Other people have more pain when they bend backward which suggests problems with the back joints (facet joints) or can be a sign of spinal stenosis which is a condition that typically occurs in older adults. ...Read more
Yes: There are several types of arthritis associated with thyroid disease. Both an inflammatory arthritis (myxedematous arthropathy) and an very acute arthritis called pseudogout can be assocated with a low thyroid. Generalized joint pain can occasionally be seen with an overactive thyroid. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Can back problems rise other health problems as in pain numbness nerve tingling shortness of breath?
Yes.: Diseases of the spine can cause pain in the back, neck, arms, legs, chest and abdomen. They may also cause numbness, tingling, shortness of breath, urinary and bowel problems. Most of these problems are the result of the spinal structures impinging on nerves coming off the spinal cord. ...Read more
No, but you can-: -have back symptoms from urinary causes. Many times it is referred to the back. ...Read more
Yes: Yes, you bet they can .Not much an MRI can't see. Magnetic Resonance Imaging is one of the most sophisticated and powerful imaging and diagnostic modalities that a radiologist has at his or her disposal. For certain things, CT reconstruction may be better but MRI is an excellent tool. Be more specific for a more specific answer. Do you mean the mediastinum, thorax, or muscles/chest wall? ...Read more
Are U asking if U: Can have such surgery having no neuro symptoms at all, or are u asking if u can have this surgery with no risks of getting any neuro problems from the surgery. Best person to provide you with these answers would be your surgeon, who has determined that you need surgery. Good luck. ...Read more
Either: A well trained surgeon of either specialty will do you just fine. The key is finding that surgeon. Asking your physician, as well as friends, family and acquaintances are good stating points in this research. Neurosurgery involves an average of seven years of training in surgery of the brain, spinal column, spinal nerves and spinal cord. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Pain in the back: And the hips. Pain may also be present in the groin and thighs. In many cases, it can be difficult to determine the exact source of the pain. Your physician can perform specific tests to help isolate the source of the pain. The pain is typically worse with standing and walking and improved when lying down. Also stiffness and a burning sensation in the pelvis. ...Read more
Depends: It sounds like you are looking for a single cause for these problems. It may be several problems that occur at the same time rather than one disorder. That being said, migraine and digestive symptoms are sometimes a result of emotional problems. Since you do not give details, I cannot answer specifically. Please reask the question with more detail. ...Read more
Can stress cause nerve problems, like ulnar problems-cubital tunnel symptoms? or any other nerve related problems???
I have lumbar hypolordosis, sacroiliac joint pain and sciatic nerve pain and numbness, can these symptoms be linked?
Could SEVERE cervical osteoarthritis/bone spur formation, stenosis,reduced ROM, pain cause dizziness,disequilibrium & dizziness. Treatment options?
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