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I have a knot on my cervical spine post rear end collision

 
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12/05/2010 07:24 AM
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I have a knot on my cervical spine post rear end collision
Its near the area where the disc ruptured,the accident was 5 month age,Just noticed it this weekend,creepy,any guesses?
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12/05/2010 07:26 AM
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Re: I have a knot on my cervical spine post rear end collision
Its near the area where the disc ruptured,the accident was 5 month age,Just noticed it this weekend,creepy,any guesses?
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Lymph-node... I have one too....
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12/05/2010 07:28 AM
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Re: I have a knot on my cervical spine post rear end collision
Its near the area where the disc ruptured,the accident was 5 month age,Just noticed it this weekend,creepy,any guesses?



Lymph-node... I have one too....
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Right on the spine?I did not know there were any nodes there.I was thinking it was from the neck trauma
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12/05/2010 07:37 AM
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Re: I have a knot on my cervical spine post rear end collision
This is what I think it is.And all the idiot Doctors will look like fools,Like the one who said it was a coincident that I got blurry Vision the day after my rear end accident was just a case of far sightedness.And to the moronic Dr that did a range of motion test,that after landed me in the emergency room two weeks ago,and now I have this?
Synovial Cysts
# Synovial cysts are non-cancerous sacs which form in between the bones of the lower back or lumbar spine as a result of repetitive movement based injuries. Constant wear on the bones of the spine by movements such as bending and lifting over many years can cause irritation of the support tissues surrounding the spine, which will produce fluid until a synovial cyst eventually forms. These cysts can create a shooting pain down the length of the back when jostled which is often mistaken for stenosis of the spine until an MRI is performed.


Read more: MRI Cystic Spinal Lesions Caused by Injury | eHow.com [link to www.ehow.com]
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12/05/2010 07:54 AM
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Re: I have a knot on my cervical spine post rear end collision
This is what I think it is.And all the idiot Doctors will look like fools,Like the one who said it was a coincident that I got blurry Vision the day after my rear end accident was just a case of far sightedness.And to the moronic Dr that did a range of motion test,that after landed me in the emergency room two weeks ago,and now I have this?
Synovial Cysts
# Synovial cysts are non-cancerous sacs which form in between the bones of the lower back or lumbar spine as a result of repetitive movement based injuries. Constant wear on the bones of the spine by movements such as bending and lifting over many years can cause irritation of the support tissues surrounding the spine, which will produce fluid until a synovial cyst eventually forms. These cysts can create a shooting pain down the length of the back when jostled which is often mistaken for stenosis of the spine until an MRI is performed.


Read more: MRI Cystic Spinal Lesions Caused by Injury | eHow.com [link to www.ehow.com]
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so why do you go to idiot doctors when you know so much?



i think- for what it's worth
that the posture you have held yourself in since your accident isn't helping the localised swelling around the disc-you probably have a herniation in the disc secondary to the trauma and potentiated by the rigid (victimised) posture you have adopted since your accident
slightly hyperextended at the neck , chin up, neck slightly folded backwards, protecting the area that was damaged
even though it would heal itself if you let it
as best as it was able

computer use tends to aggravate this
awareness and correction of your neck posture can help a lot
even 5 months on


but by all means, blame everyone else for being an idiot while you carry yourself as a wounded victim , seeking to blame others for not helping you enough


5 months is a long time to adopt such a posture
but it's obviously giving you something to whinge about

secondary gain and all that

would there be a claim in the works?
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12/05/2010 07:58 AM
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Re: I have a knot on my cervical spine post rear end collision
take some heavy duty bromolin.....or eat a lot of pineapple
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12/05/2010 08:04 AM
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Re: I have a knot on my cervical spine post rear end collision
This is what I think it is.And all the idiot Doctors will look like fools,Like the one who said it was a coincident that I got blurry Vision the day after my rear end accident was just a case of far sightedness.And to the moronic Dr that did a range of motion test,that after landed me in the emergency room two weeks ago,and now I have this?
Synovial Cysts
# Synovial cysts are non-cancerous sacs which form in between the bones of the lower back or lumbar spine as a result of repetitive movement based injuries. Constant wear on the bones of the spine by movements such as bending and lifting over many years can cause irritation of the support tissues surrounding the spine, which will produce fluid until a synovial cyst eventually forms. These cysts can create a shooting pain down the length of the back when jostled which is often mistaken for stenosis of the spine until an MRI is performed.


Read more: MRI Cystic Spinal Lesions Caused by Injury | eHow.com [link to www.ehow.com]



so why do you go to idiot doctors when you know so much?



i think- for what it's worth
that the posture you have held yourself in since your accident isn't helping the localised swelling around the disc-you probably have a herniation in the disc secondary to the trauma and potentiated by the rigid (victimised) posture you have adopted since your accident
slightly hyperextended at the neck , chin up, neck slightly folded backwards, protecting the area that was damaged
even though it would heal itself if you let it
as best as it was able

computer use tends to aggravate this
awareness and correction of your neck posture can help a lot
even 5 months on


but by all means, blame everyone else for being an idiot while you carry yourself as a wounded victim , seeking to blame others for not helping you enough


5 months is a long time to adopt such a posture
but it's obviously giving you something to whinge about

secondary gain and all that

would there be a claim in the works?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1175409



Yes,off course,I was rear ended by a kid,driving with no brakes.I was injured,and I am in severe pain.My first auto tort of claim.It is getting worse.I have little room in the spinal canal if any due to the prolapsed disc.I hear from many that it will just go away on its own.But,It just keeps on getting worse.I first noticed to knot or bump when my neck was sore and I was feeling sick from it.So while massaging my neck,when I tilted my head up out popped this.
The cord is flattened.My Nuero says I need surgery,the surgeons say it will get better in time.I would not agree with this,because time makes it worse.
Why would a Doctor do a range of motion test with the above mentioned injury?He told me to try as hard as I can.Then came back the extreme blurred vision and a severe episode of pain.My gait is awkward,My feet and hands numb.

As for the claim,well,Ive been run over by a car.I did not fie a claim.Because I was not injured.I was rear ended 7 month before this last rear end,did not file a claim,because I was not injured.But when I got hit at 40 mph.I did file a claim,because I knew I was injured.
Its getting worse.Extreme pain.Looks like for life.
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12/05/2010 08:10 AM
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Re: I have a knot on my cervical spine post rear end collision
I did ask my attorney if I could hide the fact that there was a claim.He said no.I asked because I know it is effecting the treatment I am getting so far.The insurance Lobby has done well labeling the injured as greedtards

It is unfortunate that whiplash is associated with financial gain and persons are rewarded for faking injury (malingering). This also includes doctors and lawyers (medico-legal system) who pursue unethical methods for financial gain. This is pure corruption, however, it should not reflect the nature of those who are seriously injured. Whiplash injuries can often be controversial due to lack of sensitivity of current diagnostic measures, but there is ample scientific evidence relating physical damage to structures responsible for pain and disability following whiplash injuries
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Re: I have a knot on my cervical spine post rear end collision
take some heavy duty bromolin.....or eat a lot of pineapple
 Quoting: hoot no more/hasheater 1184784

? Come on now,Some good opiates would be fine so I could still workout on my bike to help manage the pain.I feel Like I have a knife going through the knot in my neck.Ouch
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12/05/2010 08:22 AM
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Re: I have a knot on my cervical spine post rear end collision
The reason I call em Idiots,is as follows
The blurred vision was just a coincidence.?huh?you mean I became far sighted right after the accident? LOL
I mentioned cognitive issues.He said it was from the clonazepam That I have been taking for ten years for epilepsy.Huh?Then why did it not effect me the day before the accident LOL
Oh and of course the range of motion test
And further,being told not to mention any other pain besides the pain in my neck.Because I had prior lumbar surgery.I guess once you lower back is operated on,it become injury proof lol.Idiots!
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Re: I have a knot on my cervical spine post rear end collision
The diagnosis is in.Its a ligamentum nuchae edema or tear.It has begun to calcify.Not a good thing since its a major ligament in the neck triangle shoulder muscle.However,it does prove one main point,That I had a really severe extension of my neck,hence most if not all disc damage will be easier to show causation in the lawsuit.Because the big Insurance lobby just loves to play the pre existing injury lie to screw older folks.Its beginning to look like a policy limit case.This was a biggie.Might settle fast enough to become a real hoarding doom tard banana2
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Re: I have a knot on my cervical spine post rear end collision
what,The words to big to understand?no neck specialists who now about anatomy and the above mentioned cat scan results?

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