Re: stress on the C1 nerve

I too have constant migranes and pains on my right side even now causes a limp. I have been diagnosed from MRI with bulging discs in C5/C6/c7. However I recently have been affected by blurry vision, cognitive lapses and slurred speech/inability to anwer questions during "an episode" I too have received such computerized reports (EMG" and Rolling Thermal Scan NCM comarison showing all problems are on the right side from extreme C1 CCd and moderate to severe T1 and T2 and on down (all right side). Are these the computerized diagrams that you said to ignore? Why? They seem to make sense? Will relief from these subluxations help?? Should I keep going to the chiropractor to help my herniated discs?

Posted By Koriellen on February 20, 2009 at 13:17:05:

In Reply to: stress on the C1 nerve posted by Briana on May 17, 2008 at 17:40:49:

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