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Pain in spine, pinched nerve, tingling

I had a work related injury 2 mos ago. I m a personal trainer & was lowing the bar on the smith mach. when i felt a sharp pain in my neck and down into the right shoulder blade closest to my spine. diagnosis pinched nerve in neck had tingling and numbness down into the index and middle finger . now there is a popping & a shifting in my spine and also now my low back and into my buttocks hurt. feels like my spine is compressed and when i stand up it have a weird sensation up into my head like a pulsation
Asked On : Tue, 13 Mar 2012
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Neurologist 's  Response
it is little problem of neck, probabably a cervical protrusion.
It is treatable but to better know prognoses you should consult your neurologist and undertake a cervical MRI!
It is a minor problem and you will be fine (after start treatment cervical collar + pain killers)
Wish you all the best
Dr Eris Ranxha
Answered: Sat, 22 Mar 2014
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