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mri question *pic*

newbieaftermvannewbieaftermva Posts: 2
edited 01/25/2013 - 7:38 PM in Neck Pain: Cervical
hi. i was in a pretty significant mva end of 2012, and have neck, low back and shoulder pain with radiation in pretty much all extremeties. i have an image i'm attaching of my cervical mri. wondering if anyone could give me any input. i have non stop headaches, pain/tingling down my arms, a carpal tunnel like sensation and my hands keep falling asleep.

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  • None of us are qualified to give opinions on your MRI images. However, If I were having your issues, which seem indicative of a herniated disc in your c spine, I would seek out a spine specialist to determine what you have going on. My personal suggestion is a neurosurgeon but that is only because I went to a NS for my spine issues and seem to have had good success.
  • Thank u for the reply. I have the MRI report, but I'm just trying to figure out if what I'm seeing on there is the annular tear or herniation.
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