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... I have a bulging disk, DDD, annular tear and scoliosis right in the same area and get the butt cheek, leg pain and knee pain but not as severe as you're getting it. ... (6 replies)
... Keep in mind that the results of a MRI are just one piece of the diagnostic puzzle. Your doctor will use the results of this, as well as a physical and basic neurologic exam and what you tell him of your symptoms to arrive at a diagnosis. ... (1 replies)
... and had surgery for this twice and numerous injections. ... (4 replies)

... When they suspected an annular tear, one of my docs had a really helpful message. He said medically it was one of the simpler problems and he recommended PT and epidural injections. He added that he'd had one himself so he knew that, while medically simple, it still FELT like a gunshot to the spine. ... (4 replies)
... Xylocaine was given it was reported as normal. The pain was gone in 25 minutes. ... (6 replies)
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... nerve damage, and sciatica from my piriformis. ... (7 replies)
... one after I initially hurt my back that showed a 2mm bulge and another about 4 months later when my back pain was gone, but after I developed the same type of leg pain you describe. I felt like someone was stabbing me in the butt and my thigh was a major charlie horse down to the back of my knee. ... (9 replies)
... I have been reading this message board for awhile now, and finally found the courage to post my problem.I feel very fortunate to have found this site, and find that the people on this board to be very knowledgable, and supportive. ... (18 replies)
... My sympathies go out to you, and I had a similar experience several years ago. ... (5 replies)
... First, I would suggest you get several other opinions, being sure to include both an orthopedic spine surgeon and a neurosurgeon, to see what your options might be. ... (9 replies)
... Chronic low back pain and lumbar radiculopathy. ... (9 replies)
... s told I had a 5mm retrolisthesis of L5 around 2 years ago but the doctors acted as if it wasn't a big deal. I continued to have worsening symptoms of back, leg, and perineal pain. I eventually started having hips, knee, and foot pain, all worse on the right. ... (9 replies)
... Hi, im new at this but please help me! I'll try to make this short..Im a teenager and am very frustrated. ... (5 replies)
... After enduring multiple trips to chiropractors and two physical therapists programs with no relief, I started seeing a D.O. ... (6 replies)
Back and hip pain
Jan 31, 2012
... Do you have pain in the front or back of the hip? ... (11 replies)
... Since you don't have leg pain, you should ask about biacuplasty. It is usually performed by a pain management specialist rather than a spine surgeon...because it isn't surgery! ... (11 replies)
... I believe you may be confusing the word "anterior" with the word "annular." You can have an annular bulge located in a posterior position. ... (1 replies)
Back pain
Sep 14, 2011
... Welcome to the board. I'm sorry you are having all these painful problems and cannot get any answers from your doctors. Are you seeing a spinal specialist, or who diagnosed you with an annular tear? ... (3 replies)
Annular tear
Jan 23, 2011
... Different doctors have very different opinions on how to treat various conditions. Some surgeons would never do surgery for an annular tear, while others will if nothing else will resolve the pain for their patient. ... (7 replies)


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