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cervical disc herniations

A: Toni, First of all, the main problem that you are having is that everyone you are going to see is 4th rate at best.  What I mean by this the following: If you put a rubber band around your finger what you would find shortly is that the end of the finger would change color typically red.  Then soon enough that finger may start to experience altered function (not working the way it normally would or should).  Then you may start to feel pain in that finger and enough to the point of going to see a doctor.  This doctor does all kinds of diagnostics on the function of the finger and offers various drugs to block the pain receptors from transmitting pain.  Then they may even give you exercises to do to strengthen your finger, or a special diet to help fortify the cells...


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What is the difference between cervical disc Herniation and cervical disc Encroa

A: cervical disc HERNIATION:- cervical herniated discs less common than lumbar herniated discs cervical disc herniations are far less common than lumbar disc herniations for two reasons: There is far less disc material in the cervical spine There is substantially less force across the cervical spine When they do occur, most cervical disc herniations will extrude out to the side of the spinal canal...
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cervical disc herniation

A: Hello Sean,    Chiropractic may help, seek out a doctor who specializes in sports injuries, myofascial work, and Nutritional therapies.  This may benefit you and provide some relief.  Also recommend full body massage to reduce overall tension.  Always have a clean diet and keep working out with weights and cardio! Have a great day, Dr. Brendon O"Brien...


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cervical disc herniation/coughing

A: Dear Chris, Thank you for your question.  Unfortunately, it is based on some misconceptions.  In order to answer you properly, I"ll first need to give you some background on anatomy and physiology and how they relate to the chiropractic profession.  I"ll then offer my thoughts on how this may relate to the situation you describe.   There are two branches or schools of thought in chiropractic.  Briefly, they are differentiated by whether they deal with the limited therapeutic approach for aches and pains (commonly termed "mixed" chiropractic because it represents a mixture of a chiropractor with a non-chiropractic matter) or a non-therapeutic approach to optimum body performance (termed "straight" chiropractic because there is no mixing of chiropractic with...


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Reduced blow flow in neck due to cervical disc herniations

A: i dont know beans about discs but i wonder if you would benefit from a test for thoracic outlet syndrome.   here is a link to help you understand what it is, your symptoms remind me of the problem, you might ask your doc what he thinks. www.tos-syndrome.com lauri...


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tinnitus disc herniation

A: The answer is no. Tinnitus would not be caused by a disc herniation. Tinnitus is very difficult to deal with. You will get frustrated seeing specialists. If the tinnitus isn"t causing vertigo (dizziness) then you may want to just deal with it. I know that"s not the answer you were looking for. On a side note that is related,  I had a friend back In college that enjoyed smoking grass. I will never forget what he said to me years later when he quit smoking marijuana. He said , "ever since I quit my tinnitus went away" if you are a smoker there could be a connection there. I tried many years later to research this topic when a similar case came into my office,  and unfortunately I found nothing. So, if you smoke, stop. If you don"t Disregard the info....


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disc herniations

A: Motor Vehicle Accident, Automobile accident, car crash, auto accident, car accident, staten island car accident, disc herniation, staten island automobile accident, disk herniation, whiplash, staten island disc herniation, HNP, staten island pain management, disc degeneration, degenerative joint disease, osteoarthritis, staten island motor vehicle accident Hello Cheryl, I am sorry to hear of your motor vehicle accident (MVA). I am sorry to hear of your accident and the resulting aches, pains, conditions. Well, you are in the right place!  At the Chiropractic section of AllExperts.com we handle car accident patients all day, every day; we answer their questions all the time.  I am sure much of...


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What is a cervical disc?

A: The term cervical disc refers to a spinal disc -- or intervertebral disc -- located in the neck region. The cervical disc is a flat structure made of specialized connective tissue. It sits between pairs of cervical vertebrae, or neck bones. The cervical vertebrae are interlocking bones in the neck that form the upper portion of the spine. There is no cervical disc between the first and second cervical bone, which are called the atlas and axis, respectively. A cervical
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cervical spine disc herniation

A: Dear Mirza, First of all I am shocked to find out that the ENT told you that the tinnitis is a result of the loss of your neck curve...pretty forward thinking on his part.  This is a possibility due to the neurological connection of the upper cervical nerve roots, the trigeminal ganglion, and the cranial nerves, so it is a possibility.  That being said, I hope he explored other options as well just to be thorough. Concerning the neurosurgeon, I would have to disagree with his assessment, but only because you just had an MRI that found no disc bulge.  However, he is correct that all of these symptoms can be the direct result of a cervical disc bulge pressing into the...


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disc herniation and degeneration

A: disc herniation and degeneration Hello Joanna, I am sorry to hear of your problems. You mention a couple of times in your question "paralysis"; no, this is not a usual or expected outcome given the findings you have presented here. Of course, if you have some kind of trauma, some kind of injury: a fall down stairs, a motor vehicle accident, whatever- these things could cause paralysis.  Perhaps down the line some disease process could occur to cause paralysis;  but the findings of OsteoArthritic type degeneration in your cervical spine and a small herniated disc in your mid back would not be expected to cause, or progress to cause paralysis. "Question: Is is possible that I could live...


 
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