WWE Hall Of Famer Kevin Nash has accomplished a lot in his long and illustrious pro wrestling career. However, at the end of the day, he is still just a human being and can suffer from various ailments. It appears that Nash is suffering from nerve compression as his neck issues worsen.
While speaking during the latest episode of the Kliq This podcast, Kevin Nash shared some concerning news about his ongoing struggle with neck issues. According to Nash, his condition has taken a turn for the worse in recent times, and he has been dealing with increasingly severe discomfort.
Kevin Nash revealed that he had recently undergone an MRI. He had consulted with his orthopedic doctor Dr. Brad Homan, to discuss the results. The news was not a good one as Nash was informed that his neck, which had always been problematic, was now deteriorating rapidly and causing compression on some of his nerves and leading to the development of stenosis.
That’s not the end of it as Kevin Nash also noted that he was dealing with a variety of other issues related to his neck, all of which were causing him significant discomfort and pain.
“That’s my major concern. I had MRIs done and my orthopedic doctor, Dr. Brad Homan, he called, and we went over it. He just said that, you know, my neck, it’s always been bad, but it’s just getting worse. It curves the wrong way. I’m starting to get some compression on some of my nerves. I got stenosis. I’ve just got a lot of things going on. The last time that I went down to a BioXcellerator (stem cell clinic), it was night and day. I’m not kidding you. It was 12 to 18 hours after they injected my neck that I got relief. I got instant relief. My neck has bothered me for the last year.”
Despite his current predicament, Kevin Nash is determined to get better and somehow manage to deal with the pain and discomfort. We certainly hope the WWE Hall Of Famer will eventually get better and send him our best wishes.
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