i had an mri last week and the part im worried about is my thoracic spine this is what it says milddegenerativechanges at c3 and 4 and c6 and 7 levels osteophytes at margins of the bodies of c2-3 and broad ...
in my knee but is still really swollen and it hurts. I had an X-ray done of my hip and it showing milddegenerativechanges in the femoral head in the form of small osteophytes. The shape of femoral heads may cause ...
My xray of my right shoulders reads two views were obtain there are milddegenativechanges of the acromioclavicular joint. There is minimal calcific tendinitis near the greater tuberosity. Small calcified granuloma ...
My MRI report, among other things, states: At L2L3 milddegenerativechanges of the disc with early ... in cephalocaudal. The foramina remain patent. Very mild facet joint hypertrophy . My Doctor has been sent my report ...
I have been really stressed lately and Im hurting in upper back, shoulders, neck and getting headaches. Can stress cause vertigo? I get dizzy when i turn head
Hi,Neck pain and dizziness that you are having are suggestive of degenerative spondylottic changes of the cervical spine.
X-ray of neck in lateral view or MRI will help in the diagnosis
Wearing a soft neck collar during the day to help limit neck motion and reduce nerve irritation. Taking nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs such as ibuprofen for pain relief. Doing exercises prescribed by a physical therapist to strengthen neck muscles and stretch the neck and shoulders.
what treatment do i need to stop norrowing canal and joint desease? spinal degenerativechanges are noted with disk osteophyte bars at C5/6 and c6/7 levels
Hai.at tat age it is more likely to get joint problems, spone problems with degenerative diseases, this is due to weakness of the bones &nerves, keep urselt fit with exercises&walking,
U can start with immunomodulators like diacyrin&glucosamine on the Advice of the orthopaedic surgeon.
Add up with methylcobalamine tablets daily, vitamin day 3 & calcium supplements. Good luck. Take care
I have been told i have multiple small anterior oestophytes in the mid and lower thoracic spine, what does it mean and what do you advice?
It means there are degenerativechanges occurring in those areas. Why was the X-ray or scan performed?