I WAS INVOLVED IN A CAR ACCIDENT IN 05 T- BONED BY DRIVER DOING AT LEAST 60MPH +
WITH A DOUBLE ROLLOVER NICE! AND IM STILL HAVING PAIN?( LUCKY TO BE ALIVE REALLY)
I WAS DIAGNOSED WITH A c5-C6 . I HAVE 2 MRIS SAYING 2 DIFFERENT THINGS.
HAVING OCCIPITAL PAIN. PAIN ON THE JOINT ITSELF C5-C7 AREA
LEFT TRAPEZIUS MUSCLE PAIN AND THE BEGINING OF THE THORASIC AREA. T1 ALONG WITH SOME SPASMS FROM TIME TO TIME.
IT JUST HAS NEVER SEEN TO CLEAR UP AS A MATTER OF FACT ITS GETTING WORSE I THINK.
I PLAY A SPORT FOR LIVING AND ITS KILLING ME.
I HAVE SEEN 2 ORTHOS AND A NEURO SURGEON LOTS OF PHYSICAL THERAPY. TO NO AVAIL.
LOTS OF TRAMADOL AND 800MG IBUPROFEN.
NEVER HAD ANY ISSUES OR PAIN BEFORE IN THAT AREA EVER.
WHY IS IT STILL HURTING?
I HAVE READ THAT THIS SHOULD HAVE GOTTIN BETTER AFTER 6 MONTHS GUESS I FALL INTO THE 20% RANGE?
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