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  • JohnH
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    Doctor Corenman,
    I am eternally grateful for the thoracotomy you performed on me in 2001. It is still perfect. Something extremely heavy fell onto the back of my neck a month ago. A lump developed on the back of my neck the next day and has not changed or decreased. At different times during the day, I have serious pain in my neck. I am experiencing hard “electric shock” like pains in my neck which radiate into my right shoulder. I am experiencing pain down both arms and pain and numbness and weakness in my hands.
    What is my problem? What is the solution?
    Thank you and eternally grateful,

    Donald Corenman, MD, DC
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    A heavy object that dropped onto the back of your neck with resultant pain and a “lump” could be any number of things from contusion of muscles to ligament injury to fracture. You need a workup including imaging.

    Dr. Corenman

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