Just a quick note to say hi! I have something called atlantoaxial instability. Lately I am experiencing problem of swallowing and some difficulty to speak and face numbness and drooling along with posterior neck pain. However MRI report does not mention my condition. Are there any accurate tests that can prove if I have the above condition. Does laser, minimal non invasive surgery and or prolotherapy help me?
I undergone Head MRI with contrast and it shows small chronic infarcts, both mid cerebellar regions. My neurologist says that my dizziness might stay until i aged. There is no medication given, the only advice is I have to stay healthy. Is some has the same condition? How to get rid of this? Please help..I feel that my brain is shaking..
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