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  • biancotl
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    Hello Dr. Corenman:
    I am a former patient of yours in Colorado. You performed the fusion on my lower spine back in 2018. I also had seen you for cervical issues before you moved in 2020. I did get injections back in 2020 in the cervical region. They were of no help. My question is I am experiencing “cervigogenic headaches” much more frequently along with other symptoms such as stiff muscles in the neck/shoulder region, random twitching in my right thumb, weakness in my right hand/arm and alot of “popping” sounds in my neck. Due to my past history with spine surgeries and infections, I am hesitant to move forward with any type of surgery on the cervical region. The most recent radiology report from Oct 2022 from a D.C.’s office states that states quite a few things including cervical spondylolisthesis. I am willing to provide that for your review. I am just wondering if it is time to visit spine surgeon again to see what kind of progression that might be taking place.
    Thank you,
    Teresa Bianco

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