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  • I have been diagnosed with chiari malformation and degenerative disc in my neck. I am in alot of pain and the headaches are unbearable but the surgeon said he wont operate as it could paralize me and they have said the headaches ate nothing to do with the chiari but ithink it does. Is there anything i can do to get a second opinion please. I also have other symptoms too

    The decision to operate or not is not easy without examining you and correlating the history and clinical findings with your MRI scans of the head and neck.
    I recommend one of the World Experts on this subject; Mr Graham Flint, Consultant Neurosurgeon at Queen Elizabeth Hospital- Birmingham

    Mr. Ameen Abbas Ameen

  • Hi
    I have been suffering from lower back pain for 2 years, and in the last 3 months my neck and shoulders have been very uncomfortable. a recent MRI has reported the following:
    Shallow radial disc bulge L3-4 and L4-5 with a prominentTarlov Cyst at S1-2 level.
    Shallow radial fiscal bar at C6-7 is non compressive.
    Can you tell me what this means?
    Thank you

    Tavlof are usually asymptomatic developmental cyst which you can forget about it.
    The radial disc bulges represent wear and tear changes in the disc.
    If you don't have associated pain or weakness in the arms and legs and no features of nerve root or spinal cord compression in the MRI scan, the best treatment option is active neck and back exercises for indefinite period + painkillers when required.

    Mr. Ameen Abbas Ameen

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  • Spinal surgery