Hi there.Laura, I think your MRI cervical spine shows mild intervertebral disc herniation at C4-5, C5-6 levels and perhaps some spinal canal stenosis. How are you clinically? Do you have any upper limb, neck; shoulder tingling, numbness or weakness? Make note if you have any tingling, numbness or pain and weakness in the lower limbs too which can occur due to nerve roots crossing in the spinal canal. I cannot comment further from the data furnished by you. I would really appreciate if you would brief about your clinical symptoms too which can help us correlate with the MRI findings. Hope this helps. Take care.
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