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... and my flat feet being the problem. I had new custom orthotics made twice last year. ... (7 replies)
... This is my report of the mri.. very confusing, my ortho is the one that ordered the MRI and when he got it back he sent a referral to a spine surgeon.. ... (3 replies)
Back pain
Nov 25, 2013
... Welcome to the board. ... (9 replies)

... Welcome to the board. ... (10 replies)
... Welcome to the board. ... (14 replies)
Post-IDET Report
Nov 21, 2003
... You are asking some good questions and I'll give you the benefit of my experience and knowledge. ... (117 replies)
Cervical ESI??????
Jul 22, 2003
... Well, this is probably a little late, but the cervical ESI DOES differ from any other area of your spine. ... (10 replies)
... Wow! Now that's INFORMED! lol! Thank you! I'm assuming I can look at a dermatome map if I google it. Annular tears are painful, apparently! But I wonder how we get them? ... (11 replies)
Ouch my Back!
Jun 10, 2012
... n't even sit in his office. He ordered an MRI and I am to follow up tomm. From what I read it doesnt look good. Really, stressed. Supposed to go on Vacation with the family July 1. ... (3 replies)
... e. I'm always upset when someone so young starts having back problems and find it happens a lot to athletes. It's quite possible that you have further herniation of that disc. Once disc material is removed, that disc is susceptible to injury more easily. ... (20 replies)
... How did the PLDD fair for you? ... (8 replies)
... c" asking for an appointment. I am fed up with these other "two docs" that have been trying to help me. I am in terrible pain. I am attaching my test results for the last 10 months, tell me what you think. I've included my own notes as well from research I've done on the internet. ... (1 replies)
... L5 vertebral bodies are visualized in anatomic alignment without evidence of fracture or dislocation. The vertebral body heights and signal characteristics appear within normal limits. ... (12 replies)
Cervical ESI??????
Jul 23, 2003
... Brain and thought him to be a real joke of a surgeon. ... (10 replies)
... hey said after october that it was healing.. of course i also have RSD wich has become my primary target for treatment all else has taken a back seat it has beem of late that I have been having more problems with neck and arms.. ... (4 replies)
... I guess this is how you reply- My pain is constant, It is never ending, burning. The discogram did not produce pain that did not exist, it produced it at a higher extent and showed annular tears with no disc protrusion (small possible bulge). I am not excited to receive an invasive surgery that causes scar tissue and can result in the same 40% success rate. Again, I am not... (8 replies)
Back Pain
Oct 11, 2007
... ected by rest and performing abominal and lower back exercises. Recently I had an episode that has lasted a lot longer and decided to do an MRI. Listed below are the MRI findings. I have been advised to do physiotheraphy which I have been doing and there have been some improvements. ... (5 replies)
... Hi, I can also attest to the fact that torn discs can cause alot of pain! In '05 I had 2 large herniations, one of which was torn. Before I had an MRI, this pain was so horrific and for me it was very localized. ... (20 replies)
... is a typical finding of degenerative disk disease. With DDD as the inner nucleus dehydrates, the disc space narrows, and redundant annular ligaments bulge. With progressive nuclear dehydration, the annular fibers can crack and tear. ... (3 replies)
... Yes Maggie, I do have a nice little scar. They went in along my right collarbone and I have a scar about 6 inches right alongside the bone. My surgeon sewed the incision up and "tucked it in" like a hem, or a football is sewn up. ... (9 replies)




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