Hello, for the last three weeks ive been suufering from excruciating neck, shoulder, chest and arm pain. ive been to my nuerologist and he ordered a cervival mri. it reads
Sagttal STIR images show the cord to be well visualized without evident focal signal abnormality.
Vertebrae show normal alignment, shape, and marrow signal. Craniovertebral relation looks normal. No intrathecal mass is visible.

C-2/3 and c-3/4 UNREMARKABLE
C-4/5 MILD POSTERIOR DISC BULGING WITHOUT CORD COMPRESSION. Mild bilateral foraminal narrowing.
C-5/6 Mild bilateral foraminal narrowing. slight disk bulging.
C-6/7 Minimal disc dehydration and bulging, mild bilateral foraminal narrowing.
C-7/ T-1 unremarkable.
upper thorasic disk look normal.
I see no mass or adenopathy in surrounding soft tissues of neck, or any apical lung lesion.
IMPRESSION
C-4/5 and C-5/6 disc bulges, without cord compression.
Mild bilateral foraminal narrowing at multiple levels detailed above.
No disc intrinsic cord pathology.
No disc protrusion or other lesion compromising neural elements detected otherwise.
The pain ive been experiencing has been unbearable at times. my question is based on my MRI results will surgery be required to help my condition.