was in a car accident on 8/23/11 and was rear ended was thrown around and bent the head rest all the way back now the day of my accident i had neck upper and lower back pain well about atleast 3 weeks now my pain has started spreading across to my left shoulder blade and i have went thru physical therapy chiro, and all now the pain starts and pain meds muscle relaxing cream even the tens unit will not help was told i may need surgery in 4 or 5 years just wanting to see if anyone else has these same issues as its only been a year as the nuerologist said 4 or 5 years due to my c4,c5,c6 are pinched and i have read some where else where someone had almost same issue and needed surgery so any help i would appreciate itView Thread
well i was in a car accident on 08/23/2011 and was rear ended well i have went thru therapy also have had steroid shots in my lower back well just 2 weeks ago i started having severe sharp pain in my left shoulder blade i had a mri done last year and showed i have a pinched nerve on c5,c6, & c7 well i have been waiting to see a nuero surgeon but want to know if this maybe the way to go or not it hurts the most when i lay down it started a year ago with just severe neck pain on the right side of my neck now its in my left shoulder blade and up my left and right side of my neck please helpView Thread
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