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DOI: 09/11/2014. This is a 56-year-old female certified nurse assistant who sustained neck, bilateral shoulder blades, and upper as well low back injuries when she fell forward and grabbed unlocked side bed rail. MRI of the cervical spine done dated 12/15/2015 revealed 2 to 3mm bulges at C5 to C6 with bilateral foraminal narrowing at C5 to C6 and mild right foraminal narrowing at C6 to C7. There are 2mm disc bulges contacting the cord at C3 to C4 and C4 to C5. The cervical spinal cord demonstrates normal signal intensity and caliber. The vertebral bodies are normally aligned. There are minimal anterior osteophytes at C3 to C4 and C4 to C5. As per office visit note dated 4/12/16, the patient complains of constant neck pain. The pain radiates

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