going for a mri on neck. would inflammation show in the neck if you have it in both neck and upper spine? . does the inflammation go throughout your whole spine? 8 months later. symtoms are nerve feelings in neck, upper spine and some nerve feelings in my legs stiill and arms still and minor tremors in hands. ation go throughout your whole spine? stiill having symtoms from an autioimune responce in my nervous system. most other symtoms have gone. passed two seperate brain mri 6 months apart.
had a bad autioimune responce to a viral or bacterial infection 8 months ago , had bad symtoms. like pins and neaddles balance problems, sharp pains. viration. loud wirling noises in my ears . very sensitive to noise, loud noise would shake me inside. i had tremors in legs arms. ... now 8 months later most of symtoms are gone but still feeling nerves in back of neck and in spine area between shoulder blades/. stilll fell slightly in legs, and arms tremble after physical use still too a lesser extent. also ears still ring but less loudly and less sensitve to lousd noise. i had egc ncv and brain mri.. 2 brain mri last month all normal. testin back now to find out why stll having symtoms.
going for mri on cervical neck area .. neuro says test highest level of pain. is it possible to still have infllammation after 8 months? also if the rest of spine has inflammtion would that show in the neck.. neurologist and other primary think it will show nothing ?
got results today from cervical mri .. its normal no pressure on spine, no hernations or disks problems.. both brain and cervical mri normal. still have some symtoms, but i think theyre getting better, working with a chiroprator 5 days a week, seems to help only on meds now to sleep, still feel a little bit in arms and legs, slightly and in back center, do you think that this will fade away over time ?, my doctors think it will due to good test results, exercising daily, walking 6 7 miles a day and doing light lifting, 8 months after i became ill now, do i still have a chance atr 100 percent recovery? thanks
Hi, physiotherapy will be better alternative, although chiropractic treatment is fine but its role in treatment is still controversial. Visit website http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chiropractic for more information.
As you don’t have any abnormality in cervical spine as per MRI report, relax, probably it is muscular pain. Please carry on with physiotherapy.
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