This is Dr. David
it looks like an open MRI scan of the soft tissue neck, not really focused on the cervical spine, no contrast was used. image quality is not that great. there is a difference between soft tissue neck MRI scan and cervical spine MRI scan.
the MRI scan of your neck is normal. I don't see any bone fractures or hairline fractures of the cervical spine in the neck.
the spinal cord is normal. there is no edema or trauma or swelling to the spinal cord.
there is some tightness of the spinal canal at C4,5, C5,6, C6,7 and there is some fullness of the disks there touching on the spinal cord.
you should talk to your doctor about physical therapy and neck stretching exercises to help improve flexibility in your neck and help improve strength in the neck muscles
you can continue to do normal activity.
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