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Spondylolisthesis c7?

edited 05/17/2015 - 4:09 AM in Neck Pain: Cervical
Im not sure what happened to my spine. I was in bed for a while with major depression and after getting that sorted I noticed a very stiff neck so did a year and a half of massage therapy. I continued this while overseas about 6 months ago and one of the therapists rubbed my spine and I noticed one of my vertebra was protruding a bit. As I kept seeing her she was working only on that area. Coming home back to my hotel one night I was feeling it to sort of confirm whether it was out of place and it popped back in to place!

I am only concerned about this now because I have a bit of discomfort in the area. I am also wondering if this is serious? I am thinking about getting an x-ray or MRI.


  • SavageSavage United StatesPosts: 5,427
    Your past and present symptoms are very important for your doctor to know.
    He will guide you through testing that will help him with diagnosis for you.

    I wish you the very best! Hang in there!
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