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Symptoms Of Cervical Radiculitis
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 ?
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
Hi, sorry : Hi, 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 have lumbosacral spondylosis without myelopathy, spinal stenosis other than cervical, lumbar region with neurogenic claudication and thoracic radiculitis. What should I do?
See Below: Radiculitis = Nerve root inflammation - the nerve root refers to the area where a nerve comes out of the spinal cord. It can result from compression (from bony degeneration of the spine, an abnormal mass pushing on a nerve root, etc.), inflammatory disorders, infections, or cancer. It can be limited to one nerve root or involve multiple roots. ...Read more
Medical Marijuana: Marijuana, or more accurately, the cannabanoids in marijuana can act as anti-inflammatories or anti-swelling. Thus it can prove to be a medicine that can be used to treat pain. It is in no way curative, however of any process causing inflammation or infection or pain. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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
I've got a friend with radiculitis sciata lumbago. It is aggreviated by the cold/ wind. Does anyone know what may help/eliminate the pain?
Weeks to Months: Generally most people can get relief from sciatic pain doing the conservative care within 3-6 weeks. If it persists after that, it can take up to 6 months to heal by itself. You may still be a candidate for epidural steroid injections that may help relieve the pain while your body heals itself. ...Read more
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