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Suggest treatment for mild degenerative changes in the medial meniscus

Oct 2012, had pain in left knee. When MRI done for it, report (attached in profile) says there is some degeneration in medial miniscus (posterior horn) and I was advised physiotherapy sessions. I have been undergoing physiotherapy for 3 months and...
 

Have significant degenerative changes in cervical spine. Do I need surgery?

I had MRI and they found C2-3 degenerative right facet hypertrophy w/o significant foraminal ... joint hypertrophy with moderate left and right foraminal stenosis and mild broad based posterior disc ...
 

Having upper neck and shoulder pain. MRI scan of cervical spine shows diffuse degenerative changes. Suggestions?

spine: A non- contrast mri of thoracic spine shows diffuse mild to moderate degenerative changes more ... shows diffuse degenerative changes. C4-C5 shows left central dysvopphyte with minimal cord impigment ...
 

Suffer upper neck and shoulder pain. Mri scan of cervical spine shows diffuse degenerative changes. What to do?

spine: A non- contrast mri of thoracic spine shows diffuse mild to moderate degenerative changes more ... shows diffuse degenerative changes. C4-C5 shows left central dysvopphyte with minimal cord impigment ...
 

MRI scan of cervical spine shows diffuse degenerative changes. Suffer from nack and shoulder pain. Cause?

spine: A non- contrast mri of thoracic spine shows diffuse mild to moderate degenerative changes more ... of cervical spine shows diffuse degenerative changes. C4-C5 shows left central dysvopphyte with minimal cord ...
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What is the treatment for mild degenerative changes in spine?

i had an mri last week and the part im worried about is my thoracic spine this is what it says mild degenerative changes at c3 and 4 and c6 and 7 levels osteophytes at margins of the bodies of c2-3 and broad ...
 

MI said myxoid degenerative change of the posterior horn of the medial meniscus. Meaning?

i had a mri done a few days ago and it says i have 1. myxoid degenerative change of the posterior horn of the medial meniscus , with a small meniscal tear difficult to exclude. 2. mild changes ...
 

Have headache and neck pain. Diagnosed as degenerative changes and straightening of cervical spine. Suggestions?

hello, i just had an ct scan done of my neck. I have headaches and it feels like a knife being stuck in my back at the bottom of my shoulder blades. Dr. notes include mild degererative chages ...
 

MRI shows multilevel disk disease with degenerative changes. Can that cause pain in elbow upto right shoulder ?

hello. I just had an mri done, it says multilevel disk disease and degenerative changes, most pronounced at c5-6 level where there is mild central canal stenosis and mild to moderate left neural ...
 

Suffering from a mild degenerative changes present in the lower cervical spine

hi doc. i have a very minor painful on my neck towards upper back left area. after a diagnostics being carried out, doctor said i am suffered from a mild degenerative changes present in the lower ...
 

What does the X ray of shoulders indicate?

My xray of my right shoulders reads two views were obtain there are mild degenative changes of the acromioclavicular joint. There is minimal calcific tendinitis near the greater tuberosity. Small calcified granuloma ...
 

Mild degenerative changes of the facet joints L4-5, pain everyday. On Oxycodne, Hydorcodone. Permanent solution ?

H Mild degenerative changes of the facet joints L4-5. L5-S1 mild diffuse annular bulging of the intervertebral. S1-S2 There is a small cenral focal posterior protrusion of the disc materials with mild mass ...
 

Mild degenerative changes in clerical spine, neural foraminal narrowing, central canal narrowing. Treatment?

I have mild degenerative changes in clerical spine with - left posters lateral disc osteophytes complex at C6-C7 causing mild to moderate left neural foraminal narrowing - mild broad based disc ...
 

MRI showed central disc bulge at C6-7, mild degenerative changes, Can I continue workout?

hi doctor Sunil i wish u all the best my name is naeem I did mri on 3/8/2008 report was showing mild degenerative changes then i did another mri on 29/1/2012 was reporting as small central disc bulge ...
 

Degenerative changes of the disc with bulging, mild facet joint hypertrophy. On treatment for femoral nerve pain. What is the treatment?

My MRI report, among other things, states: At L2L3 mild degenerative changes of the disc with early ... in cephalocaudal. The foramina remain patent. Very mild facet joint hypertrophy . My Doctor has been sent my report ...
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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.
 
Good afternoon. I've been having back issues for a couple of years. I went to my doctor and he said it was a degenerative issue but he never truly examined me.
Hi Ajmurraysr, Degenerative changes at the age of 44 is a possibility, which can be confirmed by X-rays/ CT scan / MRI. Better to show to a Orthopedic Surgeon and get the tests done as per his advise.
 
My sons mri shows punctate areas of hyperintensity in the right mid brain. He suffered head trauma and has ptsd. What is corelation?
The punctate areas of hyperintensity may be due to small hemorrhages, intermittent calcifications due to degenerative changes or minor ischaemias. This is not worrisome if there is no associated neurological deficit.
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