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motelman99mmotelman99 Posts: 122
edited 06/11/2012 - 8:28 AM in Neck Pain: Cervical
what nervers would 6-7...7-t1 effect?


  • Here is a video that will explain the levels of the nerves. Hope this is what you were looking for. http://www.spine-health.com/video/cervical-radiculopathy-interactive-video
  • Someone recently posted the above as a posting, if you find it, the picture has a map that goes to all of the nerves, not just cervical like the video does. Search for this message title line on SH, and you should find the message and its link.

    L4-L5 fusion 1998; ACDF C4-6 2008; DDD
  • thankyou thats what i was looking for.
  • Thank you for that link! That helped me a lot! I just had a new EMG this past Monday. My Spine Doctor said it looks like I have widespread permanent nerve damage. I do have constant pain from my neck all the way to my hand (both arms and hands--worst on left side).

    He was concerned that maybe I should be getting into surgery asap after seeing those results. He did say at this point it looks like my surgery will only prevent the problem from getting worse. It will not improve my pain levels. This was his take on it.

    I see my surgeon on March 2nd. I'll let ya all know how that goes. But right now my doctors and my LTD Claim Manager are all thinking permanent disability.

    Ken GreyEagle
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