|01-23-2011, 08:43 PM||#11|
Re: Cervical nerve impingement
Thanks for all the information and suggestions.
I heard back from my doctor and he thinks PT would be beneficial but he doesn't recommend chiropractic for my condition.
I've had neck problems for 20+ years and some of the symptoms I've experienced in the past few weeks have shown up at a much weaker level in the past few years. Something just triggered this particular episode to be the first where I actually had pain and tingling extending into my arm.
My progress has been considerable, even over the past couple of days, and now my biggest symptom is some numbness in my index and middle fingers and the occasional ache in my arm and/or shoulder.
Since these problems have been evident for so long and because I know my sitting posture is horrible, it will probably benefit me to see a PT.
|Thread||Thread Starter||Forum||Replies||Last Post|
|Cervical stenosis of the spine||Mark Yanis||Injuries||1||12-13-2008 10:29 PM|
|Herniated cervical disks||Abinav Shankar Narayan||Injuries||0||10-21-2008 04:16 AM|
|Working around cervical stenosis?||Alfonso Bandera||Health and Medical Issues||4||11-25-2007 06:01 AM|
|Thoracic Outlet/Cervical Rib/Cervical Spine-- Follow up||stef bradford||Injuries||3||04-25-2006 09:11 AM|
|Cervical spondylosis||Joseph Luckett||Fitness||5||10-15-2004 05:55 AM|