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    An_248247 posted:
    I was involved in a car accident in June 2012. I was flown to a trama unit .After a MRI the neurosurgeon told me I had a C2 fracture with out spinal cord injury.. I was admitted to the hospital for 6 days. I was discharged home with a cerival collar which I was told to wear for 8 weeks. I went back to the dr after 8 weeks i was given an xray and the dr said i could remove the collar and return to normal duties. Two months later i am in pain and there is numbness in my feet. I have followed up with my dr. He suggested I was having muscle spasms. any suggestions in what to do?
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