Can you tell me the main symptoms of cervical spine injury?

Possibly. You could have any combination of pain, weakness, numbess, tingling, bowel or bladder problems, breathing problems, or even problems maintaining your blood pressure.
Depends. Severity and causation are important in determining the extent of injury. Neck pain is a common symptom. Stretch ligamentous injuries "whiplash" can be treated with muscle relaxants, nsaids, and sometimes by wearing a soft collar.

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Can I treat cervical spine injury at home?

Spine injury. After the patient has been evaluated by a neurosurgeon to ensure there is no instability or spinal cord compression that would require surgery, the patient will often receive neck exercises to do at home that reduce pain, muscle spasm and increase range of motion. Moist warm heat and ice may be used in conjunction with the exercises. Read more...
Cervical spine injur. The answer is no - you need an evaluation by a neurologist or neurosurgeon first to determine the severity of the injury and then a decision to treat at home can be made. Read more...

Is it possible for a. Thoracic spine injury overlooked cause rapid degenerative changes in the cervical spine?

Generally if there. were any significant issues in the thoracic spine you would most likely have symptoms emanating from there that would draw a clinician's attention. That being said, some traumas can lead to non adjacent injuries to the spine that can sometimes be delayed in diagnosis but generally not because of degeneration in another region. Read more...
Prob not. Thoracic spine injuries do not lead to degenerative changes in the cervical spine. If you are having mid back pain and/or radiation of the pain to the front of your chest you should mention this to your doctor. Read more...
Probably not. Degenerative changes are most common in the cervical and lumbar spine. I doubt old injury to thoracic spine had any effect unless cervical spine injured at same time. Read more...