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nerve relation to muscle

which cervical nerve controls the tricep muscle????


  • Have a look at the dermatone chart on Sandi's avatar or search on this site or on the web.
  • robotbobrrobotbob Posts: 14
    edited 01/10/2014 - 5:44 AM
    thoracic spine pain said:
    Have a look at the dermatone chart on Sandi's avatar or search on this site or on the web.
    i didnt ask for this

    The poster was trying to help you with some information. Dermatones and other spinal charts can provide y ou with the answer to your question. Or perhaps we did not understand what you were asking. Either way, no need to come down the the poster who provided you with help Ron DiLauro
  • thoracic spine painthoracic spine pain Posts: 566
    edited 01/10/2014 - 10:16 AM
    Thanks Ron -

    I did not read this guys other posts. When a surgeon goes in to operate they can usually see which nerves are impinged. The reason that sites like these exist is because so many people have had to research. The medical profession doesn't have all the answers about your central nervous system. At least we live in an age where they can do something. I could have researched for you but I wasn't going to, you have to do some work yourself. I notice you have looked at a Dermatone chart on another post. That tells you but there is no way to tell really until they go in and have a look. Sometimes things look better, sometimes worse.

    You have had answers from two of the most experienced people on this site. No-one here is a specialist, just really experienced people who have spine problems, so you need to go to another specialist who has had an incredible amount of training in this area. I haven't and don't have cervical problems - was just trying to help as Ron says. In your favour at least it's cervical and they can operate and many people have good outcomes.

    I may be making an assumption but that's what your questions on the other thread looks like to me. If you want to sue your specialist as you think they have made a mistake, you need another specialist to disagree with the first specialist - not a patient spine board. None of us are specialists and no one pretends to be.
  • robotbobrrobotbob Posts: 14
    edited 01/13/2014 - 4:03 PM
    i apologize for any and all mistreatment towards any of you , ive just been in a bad way with all this EDIT, again , i am truly sorry

    Post Edited for Inappropriate Language by Sandi.
    Please see the link below-The Spine-Health Moderator Team

  • I understand we shouldn't say anything to offend others on this forum. That said, I kind of understand. When we are in pain or so frustrated, we might say things we really don't mean. I've made some sincere apologies to friends and family when I lashed out with no excuse whatsoever.
  • Thanks for the apology- I appreciate it. I understand bad pain days, I've had 8 years of them, think that's enough to get it - they just suck.
  • since 2003 been dealing with my back c5-c6 then l5-s1 and now this, c7-t1, but should have been and will be c6-c7, again i am sorry , and thank you all for your input
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