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MRI or magnetic resonance imaging is an imaging test that uses magnetic and radio waves to produce images of organs inside the body. It can be used to the diagnose brain and spinal cord anomalies, tumors, cysts, breast cancer, heart problems, and endometriosis.

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Can you please review my cousin's MRI reports and suggest whether his problems can be cured with chiropractic therapy?

Query: Hello doctor,My cousin has mild neck pain and severe pain in the right-hand shoulder. Other symptoms include numbness in the right-hand thumb finger and dizziness or a reeling sensation while he goes to bed or wakes up suddenly. He had visited an orthopedist, and they suggested for MRI scan. Please ...  Read Full »


James F. Geiselman

Answer: Hello, Welcome to icliniq.com. I read your query and understand your concern. I have reviewed the attached reports (attachments removed to protect the patient's identity). Let me begin with the MRI (magnetic resonance imaging). These are not diagnostic-quality images. Sorry I am not able to make a...  Read Full »

My uncle has a wry neck bent to the left. Please suggest.

Query: Hello doctor,My 45-year-old uncle has a wry neck that is bent to the left side for more than four months now. He has seen an orthopedician and a neurologist, but they have not found a proper diagnosis or solution.  Read Full »


Shah Krishna Sunil

Answer: Hello, Welcome to icliniq.com. Wry neck (Torticollis) happens when there is an instability in the neck muscle causing (in this case), a weakness of the right side and a tightness of the left side thus leading to a left-side tilt in the neck. I would like to know if your uncle underwent any invest...  Read Full »

I have shoulder tendonitis. What is the fastest way to heal it?

Query: Hello doctor, I have shoulder tendonitis, and it has been three months already without significant results. I want to know the fastest way possible to heal it, I tried physical therapy, but it did not have much of an impact.  Read Full »


Jay Indravadan Patel

Answer: Hello, Welcome to icliniq.com. It will be useful if you share the MRI reports. Well, I would like to know what movements are so painful for you and in which position the pain is highest. Once you let us know, we can provide you with an accurate exercise prescription. In general, for any tendonitis...  Read Full »

I have calf pain for past six months and MRI shows no abnormal findings. What could it be the reason?

Query: Hello doctor, I used to run about five km and do cycling about 6 km. I got calf pain six months ago, though it would get normal in a few days, the pain persists, and the MRI shows nothing. The doctors tell me everything is fine, but the pain is too much, could not even walk for a few mins continuous...  Read Full »


Jay Indravadan Patel

Answer: Hello, Welcome to icliniq.com. It would be nice if you can share the MRI reports with us so we can comment accurately. In general, without the MRI, I suspect this to be a muscle injury, which is healing slowly. As MRI too have limitations, we have to follow the clinical signs and symptoms and trea...  Read Full »

Can a tear in the meniscus cause knee pain and a popping sound when I bend my knee?

Query: Hello doctor, I participated in a running race and developed knee pain. When the race finished, I was in pain, but the next day when I practiced, I experienced mild pain. Then in the next few days, the pain started returning every time I ran. Also, I had to stop running during my practice session b...  Read Full »


Sreenivasa Rao

Answer: Hello, Welcome to icliniq.com. I went through your query and understood your concern. You can undergo an MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) to rule out lateral meniscal damage, which can get coupled with IT (iliotibial) band issues. I have seen cases like this where lateral meniscus was involved al...  Read Full »

I have a painless crepitus in my right neck. What it could be?

Query: Hello doctor,On the back of my right neck where the bottom of the skull is, I feel a lot of crepitus. This has been going on for a year and a half after my face and cheeks became thick (and hard), fat, and bloated (unevenly) for some reason (only my cheeks, everywhere else, I was as thin as before) ...  Read Full »


Sreenivasa Rao

Answer: Hello, Welcome to icliniq.com. I read your concern. In my opinion, you should get a proper investigation of your upper cervical area. Crepitus could be due to any bone on bone rubbing due to improper positioning of your vertebra (improper alignment) caused due to bad posture. Do not worry if you c...  Read Full »

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