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Neck again

I was reading my MRI report and need some helping understanding it don't see the doctor until 11-19-12. The report said in the impression Focal left paracentral disc extrusion at c3/c4 resulting moderate left lateral  canal stenosis abutting snd minimally distorting the left lateral aspect of the cord. C6/C7 demonstrates mild degenerative disc disease resulting in mild canal stenosis and foriaminal narrowing.

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A MUM who broke her neck when she sneezed has suffered the exact same injury again — after laughing at a colleague’s joke. As she sneezed five years ago, mum ...
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Very detailed neck pain tutorial for ... Neck pain and neck cricks routinely blend smoothly ... “Usually my neck would be ‘out’ again before I got home from ...
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is it normal to be able to feel the bones in your neck?

   Hi I am sure it is possible to feel the individual bones/disks  especially if u r on the thinner side or if u have a few disks that may be bulging......I also would think the position of ur head/neck may also play a role in how much u r able to discern in that area. I know I have a few that are bulging but they are further down my spine....
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Moving neck after surgery.

Granted, I am only a couple days post-op, but OMG I can't imagine cracking my neck!
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Neck crack sounded wrong and now it hurts, whats wrong?

Try Infra red and if that doesn't work,then try a specialist.
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MRIs/X-rays were normal, but neck pain has worsened

Welcome to the Back and Neck Community. Members are  here to provide assistance and support to individuals experiencing symptoms related to possible abnormal conditions of the spine. Advice given is non-professional and is primarily based on personal experiences In the absence of problems with disc degeneration or nerve involvement which could produce symptoms of neck pain and tingling/numbness in the arms, chronic neck pain can be due to muscle strain/sprain.  Your MRIs and x-rays ruled out disc problems or nerve involvement. Muscle strains/sprains can be very painful and cause restricted movement and stiffness due to the tightening of the involved muscles.  The headache, eye strain and soreness in your arms are all symptoms resulting from the existing sprain/strain as the body tries to compensate for the situation. As this appears to be a rather chronic situation, it might be helpful for you to obtain a short course of physical therapy to assess the mobility of your neck and get information about how to treat the sprain and reduce the risk of further injury.  Chiropractic treatment might be another avenue to pursue.  There will be a Health Chat coming up on this site with a discussion related to chiropractic treatment (see posting at top of this page) which might be helpful.  Muscle strains can be caused by a single traumatic event or as a result of cumulative repetitive stress.  It would be a good idea to get further assistance in aiding you to maintain your health and improve your current condition. Best wishes ----
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Central protrusion and annular tear in the neck

Hi there! Since the changes are mild a surgery is not recommended at this time. Appropriate management at this time would be conservative with a period of initial rest followed by physiotherapy and anti-inflammatory medications. It may take a few weeks of physiotherapy before improvement is noted. Meanwhile it is advised to avoid putting excessive strain on the region. Hope this helps. Take care!
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