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Would cervical myelopathy and spinal stenosis be of a cause of imbalance and gait...
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I'm sorry to learn this. But your doctors are the best people to advise, not an online forum.
As a doctor I cannot comment as you give no details, but in answer to your straight question:
would cervical myelopathy and spinal stenosis be of a cause of imbalance and gait distubance?
it could be....but it depends on where it was (which vertebrae). I would be inclined to wait.
Posted by cambtone on October 24, 2009 at 5:04 AM (Answer #1)
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