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Old 11-27-2012, 10:51 AM   #1
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neck pain

my car was rear ended while I was stopped. My back pain started at scene. I went to the hosiptal. by the time I got there my neck and back were in acute pain.I had a MRI done on lower back and neck. For the neck the impression was mild multilevel spondylosis without high-grade stenosis. For my back it was the same. I have acute pain in my neck and left shoulder. I tried to go back to work, I am a bookkepper, I am constanly doing repetive work on the computer. The first day my neck was in a great deal of pain. The second day my back and neck were in so much pain I had to stop my daughter-inlaws to get her to drive me home. This accident was on Aug 14 2012. I treied to work on Sept 7th and 8th 2012. I would like to know what the impressions mean and if will ever be able to work without the acute pain.

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Old 11-27-2012, 04:45 PM   #2
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Re: neck pain

The impressions, as you wrote them, seem quite benign. "Mild" spondylosis and no "high-grade" spinal narrowing.

Your problem may be much more muscular in nature than spinal. Perhaps there's a Health Boards board for whiplash?

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