Re: Return of Pinched Nerve Question

Thanks to both for responding. Ok Dave, the area is below my right shoulder, probably a half -3/4 of finger length below. i don't think it has anything to do with my shoulder joint and i don't have neck pain. I think I am just more frustrated than anything. Which leaves me to think, why would the chiropractor that i have seen, not think, oh it could be the cervical area as well, why not do a whole scan rather than not. Hey, just more money out of my pocket i guess. Ok, sorry to vent. I guess i will just see what my MD comes up with.
So worse case scenerio, 1- if it is a disk in neck, what can be do to help that and don't say surgery!!! And 2- nothing is found, then i go see who a neurologist?
What would make one think it is not a muscle?
Thanks again!
Oh, and Doc-what are you doing for your patient that has the same issue??

Posted By steph on September 11, 2007 at 08:43:01:

In Reply to: Return of Pinched Nerve Question posted by steph on September 10, 2007 at 15:14:29:

Indications: knee strains or sprains, chondromalacia, Osgood Schlatter's Disease (adolescent knee syndrome), swelling and edema of the knee, ligament instability, knee instability, recurrent knee pain, arthritis, degenerative joint disease.

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