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Old 05-05-2008, 11:18 AM   #1
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Been Told i have " Hyperreflexia " what to expect ??

When i went to the neuro doc for my Herniated Disc for my back L5 S1, during her exam she said i have something wrong maybe with my neck and told me i have " Hyperreflexia " DTR +3


I will be seeing another Neuro on Friday about this, ( first neuro is a Comp case)

What will i expect with this ?

thanks Mike

 
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