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C3-c7 herniated & kyphosis help please

SwatkinslpnSSwatkinslpn Posts: 1
edited 01/19/2015 - 1:27 AM in Neck Pain: Cervical
MRI shows c3-4 c4-5 c5-6 c6-7 herniated with kyphosis. Saw ortho last week for my lumbar (l5-s1 also herniated) and when I asked him about the neck pain he blew it off and said oh it's just muscular and that's a easy fix!! I'm a nurse and I know what my MRI means. I just want some advice I suppose. Oh btw my lumbar pain is supposedly not coming from my spine but rather my hip socket and the femoral head!! Ugh


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