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Neck and back pain with tunnel vision and dizzy spells, normal MRI, c7 vertebra and shoulder blade pain on touching chin to chest. Advise?

Hi, I have had neck and back pain for a couple years and my doctors always told me it was from growing cause along with the pain I would get tunnel vision and dizzy spells. I changed doctors and they had an MRI done on my head but nothing showed up. The pain is in my c7 vertebra and when i touch my chin to my chest i get a sharp pain in my right shoulder blade. I was kicked by a horse in the back of the head in 2000 and a year later was in a bad car accident where I got whip lase. I never went to the doctors for that. I am wondering what to do next. Do I go find another doctor or go to a chiropactor?
Asked On : Mon, 20 Aug 2012
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You have problem with brachial plexus. It is advised to get PET scan of cervical spine. Use cervical collar to keep the neck in neutral position. After these report pl visit neck surgeon.
Answered: Wed, 22 Aug 2012
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