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Thanks for your question Ras. You will get worse with any exercise if there is inflammation. Try the exercise and if you get better the chiropractor is wrong. If you get worse than another direction might be needed or there is inflammation. Your physiotherapist will have to determine which direction. The idea is to find out if the problem is mechanical, inflammatory etc.. Based on the time frame there likely isn’t inflammation. Also if any manipulation or mobilization helped your neck than inflammation is not likely. From what you have told me the inflammation story is doubtful but still possible as you may still have certain types of arthritis that can come and go and is low grade.

This is awful,and you need to understand that it’s not you. My belief from what you described is there is real damage to you cord, muscles, and nerves at the location. I personally went in for a C4-5 bone graft, and was woke with a C4,5,6,7 cage installation, 2 different neck cuts to access the site, and in pain as if the surgery was still being 4th day of refusing to leave,unable too. On 5th day I was able to stand and walk loaded with alot of IV pain discharged me that evening, 9 days later I barely made it in for visit,4 weeks later i found myself being dismissed when unable to walk, speak, lose control of my urine. In short it was the beginning of nothing else I can do, to i won’t see you again, and had me removed using the police. This was back in Dec3,2013, now I’ve got narrowing of the spinal cord at every level of the c2,3,4,7, now same at the L1,2,3,4,and S1. Since this I’ve been provoked to no pain meds, always u need pain pump,i injections, and suffering until insane. If I had the chance to go back in time, I’d went to assisted living where they had to manage the pain, and rest until I got better. In short I went to Florida, done nothing but rest for 7 months before I got to this point of variable pain. They are slow killing is, and don’t care what you go through as they dont even remember you doctor visits. It was hard to except. My point is, Everytime I listen to them instead of my body, I was just a pitiful mess. You need to get with the best spine people and pray they can fix it, but don’t worry about getting back to normal or even the simplistic things as it will take you back to hell and it takes longer Everytime you have flare it up. I laid like a vegetable for 18 months before I figured it out. Now I’m in bad shape and they are offering only injections, I’m thinking really hard, shame they are not made to get you better. This is what’s going on with society today, they’ll have to answer one day. But you make sure your not stubborn like I was and demand treatment it takes and the proper care. I’m praying for you, and I hope we get this country on the right track again as well as the compassion for others comes back

tingling in right thumb and index finger

While lifting weights during my regular exercise, I felt pain in my right shoulder and Bicep, but no tingling. My Orthopedic Doctor ordered an MRI that I had done the same day.

The very next day, before I could see the Orthopedic Doctor for MRI results, I had Shingles in my right arm. The shingles took 4 weeks to clear and the pain in shoulder/bicep continued.

Also, in the third week of Shingles, I started having tingling in my right hand thumb and index finger. When I saw the Orthopedic Doctor again. He said the MRI report showed Impingement Syndrome (IS) and possibly Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (RTS). He sent me to a Neurologist and prescribed Physical Therapy for IS and CTS.

The Neurologist did not find either IS or RTS. I am going through Physical Therapy for strengthening the shoulder rotator cuff and eliminating tingling. As part of therapy to reduce tingling, I am going through a 20 minutes Neck Traction that involves a 60 seconds pull and 30 seconds relaxation cycle.

Although my tingling is almost gone, I am concerned about adverse effects of the Neck Traction.

I have 3 more sessions of physical therapy left. Could you please advise me whether I should continue with the Neck Traction.

[Hello Mark,
Most usually, when you have two conditions in the same arm, like IS and CTS, then the likelihood of a fixated first rib, or cervical facet syndrome is high. Unless these underlying causes are corrected, the arm stuff will continue. Do you have any associated neck pain?

There is no research confirming that neck traction, intermittent or continous, helps. That doesn't mean that it doesn't help, but the research is not there. My own experience is that continous traction PLUS release of those subluxations in the lower neck is beneficial, but on its own has minimal if any benefit. I know of no adverse affects of neck traction, done at the correct force. Something is obviously helping, so I'd stay with the programme.

You can make a home traction unit, if you are handy. http://-/Home-traction-

Does placing your hand on your head relieve or aggravate the tingling in your hand? http://-/Shoulder-Abduction-


It is indeed confusing that the two specialists are not in agreement.

The shingles probably is an incidental event, but confirms that you or your neurological system are under stress.

The fact that the tingling is very specificaly in the C6 dermatome (thumb and forefinger) definitely points to your neck.


I hope this has contributed.

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