it is not unusual that you find yourself questioning professional medical opinion following extensive testing. it is also not unusual to start seeking additional reassurance shortly thereafter. In fact that is pretty much expected. You see that is the NATURE of anxiety disorders. Which is why reassurance--whether it be from family/friends or googling or medical testing and doctor visits-- JUST DOESN'T WORK. It doesn't fix what ails us. If your car is broken, you don't try to rectify it by going to the bakery.
Every ha person desperately hopes reassurance and doc visits and med testing will be the THING that gets them on their healing path. This whole forum has hundreds/thousands of posts saying things like, "if I get this test or that test, I will be able to move on." Or "I need X test then I will know it is anxiety" or "I promised myself that if X test is normal, I will believe it and THEN I will be assured". There are many variations on that theme around here. I read such things everyday. AND it is all poppycock. As another member here, floridaguy, was apt to say, "Lasting solace will never be found in an MRI tube, CTscan, with an EKG or EMG, or with another round of blood tests" Unless one abandons the reactive behaviors associated with anxiety and then replaced by proactive ones, the vicious anxiety will not be broken. I am not saying it is easy, not by a long shot, but it is worth it.
You have some pinched nerves in you neck. So do I. So does, probably, half the planet. One of my disks is moderately herniated. Another is severely herniated. As gross as this may sound, I can feel that disk and can psuh on it! One of the vertebrae is twisted a bit so that it is pushing on the spinal cord. At some point I may need surgery to correct it. But I will hold off on such a drastic measure until I begin wetting my pants.
SOOOO going forward what are willing to do to get better?