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Cervical disogenic Spondylosis

I am a 24year old female. A single parent of one. around 2years ago I beat up by my ex. I was told that My back was knocked out of alignment by 4inches. I didint nor still dont have health or medical coverage. So I have had to deal with this pain. I recently broke down because the pain has gotten so bad, I spend more time crying from being in pain, than getting to play with my son. So I broke down, and went to a chiropractor. There he did x-rays and told me I had 3 things. 1. cervical disogenic spondylosis 2. cervical radicular pain, 3. thoracic paraspinal myofositis. He also told me that it was so bad to not be supriced if in a wheelchair within 3-7 years. He didnt know who to refer me to, and told me there was nothing to fix the problem. I still am having servere pain. I cant turn my head but to a certain point. He told me that my spine in my kneck is compltly straight, (no curve) and it has started to deform my spine in my back. Is there help out there? Any thing or anyone I can go to for help?
Asked On : Fri, 4 Jun 2010
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Hello.Welcome to HCM forum.Consult a Orthopedic surgeon and get MRI spine done.I think by physiotherapy and proper medications you will be alright.Straight spine means loss of curvature which results from severe muscular spasms.Thanks and good luck.
Answered: Wed, 26 Oct 2011
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Hi, I just wanted to support your question. I was just told the same after being in the ER for muscle spasms. They said that my spine is perfectly straight with no curve. They said this is the beginning of a long road for me and gave me muscle relaxers. I had no idea what to do either. Would love to hear some suggestions.
Answered: Sun, 5 Jun 2011
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