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Left arm pain

William GarzaWilliam Garza TexasPosts: 2,428
edited 06/11/2012 - 8:38 AM in Upper Back Pain, Thoracic
Ya... It hurts just like sciatica down the back of my left arm, no... Doctor says "its fine"(add whiney high pitched voice here) but nooooooooooooooooooo... nothing is wrong with da neck, its just your too fat, too bad postured, too lazy, too this, to that...
carry on
William Garza
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  • Did you have a lumbar surgery when I had mine?

    I say-Go see a different doctor :O)

    No really how long has this been going on? What test have you had?

    Both of my arms hurt on a daily basis. It started with one after I had a small accident and dropped to the floor. Now I have 24/7 numbness/tingling/or pain in both..... Not to mention the lovely muscle spasms that I try to keep in check.

    I had thoracis x-rays that scared my PCP and was sent straight to NS for further evaluation.... Then I had MRI & Cervical x-rays.... Then he said ACDF. Now I am in PT (insurance won't authorize surgery till I do PT).... Now the PT person said something about Thoracic problems.... a vicious circle....
  • Its an ongoing thing, the cervical radiculopathy thing. and the spasms, the disc etc. just had to vent a little. thanks for the come back!
    William Garza
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