Re: cervical sponndylitus

I had a MRI saying I have bone spurs secondary to c3 c4 spondilosos amd I get migraines, neck pain is constant - tried PT-OT but I think the bone spurs are what is triggering teh pain, Am I right? What is he treatment? I heard I'd have to have a cut thru my throat to get to the area and then sign a waiver that I can be left paralyzed from the surgury. Am I right? Are there less invasive treatments? What are they - does anyone in CT offer them -who? Your answers are so much appreciated. I get numb hands as well off and on>

Posted By gbaril on November 27, 2008 at 18:00:13:

In Reply to: cervical sponndylitus posted by nidhi on November 26, 2008 at 22:19:37:

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