'm new to this forum, so I welcome any advise:
I was in a car accident 2 months ago. I immediately had left arm numbness and sore shoulder and chest. i went to my chiropractor the next day and x-rays revealed whiplash. He started me on a course of adjustments and pt 3 times a week for several weeks. I started getting consistent migranes about a week later that also manifested into severe pressure in my head. We thought maybe an MRI was in order so I went to see a neurologist. He did a 5-min. "evaluation" and sent me home-said I was neurologically fine. Two weeks later, my chiropractic care had plateued and I was not getting any better. I went back to the neuro doc an
d insisted on a MRI. The MRI revealed 3 herniated disks in my neck at c4,c5,and c6. Now i've stopped the adjustments and pt and my headaches and pressure have subsided. I've actually been relatively normal for the last 3 weeks. Yesterday I was doing some gardening and felt like I was overdoing it so I stopped, but was sore the rest of the day. Today I'm still sore and stiff in my neck. Could I have re-herniated the disks, or is it general soreness from overdoing it? Can herniated disks go away on their own?
iam sorry to here that. no the disc problem is there until its fixed. theres pressure on your spinal cord from those bitches. you can get dizzy spells, seizures, anything neurological it can happen. just take it easy wat ever you do. but i would workout though. i broke my c-2 and c-3 in a real high fall, thank god it did not lacerate the spinal cord, but working out was the best medicine. just get medical clearence from a sports dr. the other fucks are just that idiots. youll feel numbness if you put to much pressure on said disc, i dont know wat discs control wat but i bet with your thoracic & lumbar would get mostly the upper part to little below the knee it would bother you. but if you get your clearence, try strengthing the core of your abs and your legs and back by lat pulldowns and stuff where your not standing and putting pressure on your back. give it more time to heal. good luck and i really hope you take up excersise to help your injuries. and dont get hooked on narcotics, hydrocodone , codiene or your class 2 drugs ie percs oxycotin, morphine and its derivitives because there extremly hard to withdrawl from. good luck, and sorry so long but you have a bad injury treat it as such.
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