I am feeling mild pain with disconfort around neck borders and a little bit on collarbone.
I went to see a neurosurgeon in my location. After examining me, he asked me to get X-rays and MRI.
I brought him the X-rays results and MRI which revealed the following:
1.Bilateral neural foraminalstenosis due to diffuse bulge of the annulus fibrosis with associated marginal osteophyte formation; C3-C4, C4-C5, C5-C6 and C6-C7
2.Reversal of the normal cervical lordosis
Degenerative disk disease at C4-C6. Questionable minimal anterior displacement of C4 over C5 during flexion views
Anterior Spondylosis C4-C6
after discussing my case, he told me, he could do nothing right now and that I will have to wait for what the future holds for me as far as shoulder and neck are concerned.
Last edited by fm736; 03-17-2013 at 11:15 PM.
Reason: mistake in wording
Well, it could be that the radiologist saw nothing worth mentioning, but he should still have been more explicit. As long as the surgeon looked at it and saw nothing that needed fixing, I guess we could conclude that your pain is likely not of spinal origin. Perhaps muscular...