18 Sep Danny Bellmore – Off Season/MRI Results
I just completed the 2017 APF Senior Nationals. With just a small set back the meet went fairly well. I finished with a win in the Masters and the Open. I will be going into a long off season with nothing planned as far as meets go.
This week has been pretty much an idle week for me. I received my results from my MRI. It appears the disk above my neck fusion has been herniated causing impingement to the nerve roots on both sides. Thankfully I only have pain on one of the sides. I will be be seeing a neurosurgeon soon very soon for a consul. There are number of things that happen to you when you have pressure on your nerve. A usual day for me is I wake up and as soon as I get on my feet I have a very odd tingling that goes down my shoulder into my arm. As I’m finishing showering and dressing the trap starts firing hard on my left side. Basically, it feels like someone has a firm grip on my trap and the grip varies throughout the day. My arm and hand fall asleep off and on as the day goes on. But I must say the oddest thing that happens at various times is that I have this feeling like bugs are crawling up my neck (odd as hell) just another side effect of a nerve impingement.
I will post more updates as I hear more.
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