Thanks for the info. The ones in my back were not helpfully either but my dad had ok results from them. I just wondered how painful it was in the neck to even think about trying them. How's the stimulator working out?
I noticed you had epidurals in you neck. Have you had them in your back. If so how is the pain comparable. I've had three sets in my back but am terrified of having them in my neck. In fact I've had them in shoulders, wrist also. My pm doc is wanting to do it again in my back and possibly my neck. I won't let him do it to my back because of scar tissue x 3 surgeries. No way Jose!
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