Donald Corenman, MD, DC
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A diagnosis needs to be made through a thorough history and physical examination, confirmed (or denied) by imaging studies and possible further studies (Consults, EMG/NCV-see website).

The MRI does not “live in a bubble”. The images do not immediately lead to a suspicious diagnosis. The nerves that go down into the hands (C6-T1) come out through the C5-6 through C7-T1 levels. There are no significant compressive lessons at those levels but I do not like to interpret images through someone else’s eyes.

Entrapment neuropathies or peripheral neuropathies can also occur. See the website for a complete understanding of these disorders.

You need to see an experienced meticulous diagnostician to uncover the source of symptoms.

Dr. Corenman