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... C6 I have a left disc protrusion with an annular tear causing effacement of the thecal sac and a mass effect on the ventral aspect of th e left hemicord. ... (2 replies)
... or has this condition and has had a treatment that has helped them. My Doc says surgery is not needed at this point and is dangerous. Oh I have also gone through physical therapy with no luck! ... (4 replies)
... aces and they all said different thing. Could be muscle.. Could be ur spine.. So i got an mri. I have a minimal disk bulge somewher that i can't remember, and an annular tear in the l4 l5 region. Physical therapy hasn't worked and has just made it worse. None of the medicines ive been given have helped one bit. ... (5 replies)

... I went through Physical Therapy to realign the pelvis, which included manipulations. I have maintained the alignment now for about a month and a half. ... (4 replies)
... Hi all, I am 29 years old and have been diagnosed (MRI) with a circumferential annular tear in L5/S1. I do not have sciatica but i do have considerable discogenic pain due to the fissure. Doctor asked me to try PT but 2 days into the PT, i think my pain has worsened. So my common sense and imagination kicks in and tries to reason out if PT, rather than helping, is... (2 replies)
... constant pain. Neurologist said herniation of L4, L5,S1 and wanted to operate but let me go to chiropracter. I got better with meds and physical therapy. ... (0 replies)
... of the time. The tear wouldn't have been a problem except the fragment leaked out and landed on the nerve causing problems. ... (5 replies)
... I too am 43 and heard that pop too seven years ago. Through all the years of conservative therapy it has never got better. ... (16 replies)
Annular tear
Jan 4, 2004
... He requested that I go through physical therapy first,so I did for 4 months. ... (0 replies)
... i have been diagnosed by an mri as having a tear on my l5s1 disc close to a year ago. my disc constantly bulges causing a great deal of pain on my left buttox. ... (14 replies)
Annular tears
Mar 10, 2012
... If you do have an annular tear in the disc between the lumbar 3 and lumbar 4 vertebrae, it is a problem that originates in your lumbar spine. ... (4 replies)
... touching or Child's Pose. The problem is getting the muscles to relax WITHOUT rounding forward which will stretch or tear the ligaments. ... (2 replies)
... I have an annular tear and disc herniation with compression at L4-L5 and a bulging disk at L5-S1. I also have narrowing. I have been in a lot of pain in my lower back. The best way to describe it is the feeling of being in back labor! I have gone through physical therapy & have had 2 epidural steroid injections. The first injection lasted about 5 days and the second did not... (3 replies)
MRI help please?
Mar 27, 2014
... I see you live in England. Do you have a choice in which physical therapist treats you? ... (5 replies)
... S1 are bulging and contain annular tears. An annular tear is a rip in the outer circumference of the disc. ... (2 replies)
... that it's the pain generator for you. Sometimes a disc with an annular tear will only show up as a bulge or small herniation on an MRI, but a discogram would show the annular tear if it exists. ... (19 replies)
... I see my Dr in a few days and think that is what I will be prescribed. I am hoping to sometime in the near future resume physical therapy to properly and cautiously rebuild my strength. ... (9 replies)
MRI results
Sep 9, 2013
... ust received my MRI results today and this is the summary, I have been treated for spinal stenosis In the past with l5 s1 herniation with epidural injections and physical therapy, but pain and numbness still exist. ... (3 replies)
MRI Results
Mar 27, 2013
... int. It may look like there is lots wrong, but most of it is in the early stages and may well heal on its own with some conservative treatments like a course of physical therapy to strengthen the muscles of the back and neck, perhaps some medications for pain and inflammation, etc. ... (1 replies)
... The disc at this level is drying out and it has an annular tear as well. This is a tear in the outer circumferance of the disc...which may or may not be causing pain. ... (14 replies)


Associated Tags: annular tear, compression of cord, herniated disk

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