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... seconds without having a pinching nerve pain shoot down my right leg. I also could not walk as much. This had caused me to get fired from my first job which was at Fry's Electronics after working there for two months. ... (1 replies)
... Hi! Of course I am new here and don't really understand how this works. I am from Sweden and I have translated findings from my MRI and really need help understanding them. I found this website and saw some of the postings and it looks like a place that can help me. ... (8 replies)
... Some people swear by an inversion table. In fact, when I first began to be bothered with sciatic pain, I took advice I had read online and bought one. It sat in the box in my front hall for about five years, unopened! ... (7 replies)

... I got this MRI results for my Mom. Not sure how to read this or what the treatments exits. I will be meeting the doctor tomorrow, but very anxious... ... (0 replies)
... try googling MRI results . ... (1 replies)
... I am hoping someone can tell me how to read the following results and what are the likely treatments. I had a cervical MRI, which was ordered after having a nerve block on my lower back. ... (6 replies)
... Welcome to the board. Sorry you are having issues. ... (1 replies)
... The MRI report indicates the reasons why you are scheduled to have a fusion. ... (2 replies)
... slight retrolisthesis of L1 vertebral body relative to L2. Lumbar AP vertical alightment stature and marrow signal intensity otherwise within limits. ... (2 replies)
... From the way I read things what you are experiencing really isn't out of the ordinary. To me it would fall under the category of Degenerative Disc Disease. ... (2 replies)
... evaluated claims for settlement based on the injury as to what the value of the case was worth and liability. Determining who was at fault for the accident. ... (21 replies)
... Welcome to the board. It is frustrating to have to wait for an appointment to find out what is wrong with your back. I'm sure you know members are not doctors, so keep that in mind as you read. ... (3 replies)
... Anyone with issues in the lower lumbar area needs to be aware of the symptoms for cauda equina syndrome. ... (16 replies)
MRI results
Jan 17, 2012
... Welcome to the board. As I hope you realize, members are not formally trained medical professionals, so please keep that in mind as you read. ... (1 replies)
... T8. Most significant pain is while sleeping, causing me to get poor or little sleep. Waking up in severe pain throughout the night and in the morning. Get's pretty old. ... (1 replies)
... ain from these neck injuries are nearly unbearable. I take pain medication for it, but it doesn't help,and I end up feeling weird. The reason for writing this is to understand my MRI, and to try and get some straight answers. ... (1 replies)
... Hi, yes I did have them sent to the Mayo clinic and I did have my surgery there years ago. ... (5 replies)
... I've been having some serious back pain that's been getting worse and worse over the last two years or so. It's to the point now where I'm missing work because I'm in too much pain to even get out of bed. Laying down seems to be the only way to be somewhat comfortable. ... (3 replies)
My son's back??
Dec 21, 2010
... Hi, concerned dad. Your son is very young to have to start down this path. May I ask a couple of questions? ... (8 replies)
... Hi laboyd, and welcome to the forum. I am by no means able to completely translate, but I can tell you what some of it means. ... (3 replies)

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