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January 31, 2013 at 4:01 pm

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Spine Surgery, Back Surgery, Back Pain, Spine Pain, Pain, Accurate diagnosis

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English: Cervical spine MRI with enhancement s...

English: Cervical spine MRI with enhancement showing multiple sclerosis (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

A full and accurate diagnosis that starts and begins with your full medical history and physical and neurological examinations.  You and your doctor discuss your symptoms, when they developed, and treatment tried.  The doctor tests your reflexes and evaluates you for muscle weakness, loss of feeling, and signs of neurological injury.

A simple x-ray can help to rule out many different health problems.  Other diagnostic imaging studies may also include a CT or MRI series.  A MRI study is of particular use to assess nerve and/or spinal canal (cord) compression.  Your doctor from our group will explain the purpose of these and other tests about your spine pain, back pain or possible spine or back surgery.

Come learn more about our Spine Group today at https://www.becomepainfree.com/

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