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... S1 often experience is the increase with problems with the sacroiliac joints. I had some mild pain for almost a year after my fusion until the muscles and soft tissue became adjusted and used to the new demands. ... (4 replies)
... What is that procedure called so I can let him know about that. Because that's exactly what my surgeon said that it's not opened enough and obstructed. I had epidural and cortisone shots they did nothing at all. Epidural, cortisone, facet joint, ac joint procedure, rf abrasion I think it's called. Radio frequency, they burned the nerves which was suppose to be 6 months... (10 replies)
... st trying to cover the pain. I can see where a spine surgeon would not think fusion surgery is an option at this point as there is no instability or significant nerve compression. ... (10 replies)

... to be able to talk to others who understand, at least in part, what you are going through. One problem we all have is that people with back problems that cause nerve pain never really look ill. So the people you interact with just don't appreciate how much pain you are in. ... (10 replies)
... Luckily I do not have experience with a pain clinic such as you describe. The interventional pain management doctors I have seen were associated with a medical clinic where my spine surgeon and my neurologist also work. ... (5 replies)
... From just looking at the radiology report, I would agree with your pain management doctor that a fusion is not a solution to your issues. ... (10 replies)
... I had no back pain and no other symptoms at that point. Found out after my first surgery that the podiatrist's diagnosis was wrong! ... (5 replies)
... acralized vertebra." In "normal" fetal development, the sacral vertebrae fuse together but the lumbar vertebrae remain separate. Sometimes the last vertebra at L5 doesn't completely detach from the S1 or first sacral vertebra. Sometimes this lack of separation makes it seem like the person has a sixth lumbar vertebra. ... (1 replies)
... the disc and pushing beyond the disc space and pressing into the foraminal openings at this level. It is also coming in contact with the L3 spinal nerve. This nerve innervates the dermatome that runs in a strip across the outside hip, across the top of the thigh and into the inside of the knee and calf. ... (8 replies)
... It depends what is causing the nerve compression. Sometimes it goes away, only to return. Sometimes it doesn't go away until the nerve is decompressed. Chances are it is caused by the foraminal stenosis, which may or may not clear up if the discs repair themselves. ... (4 replies)
... S1 issues, less so when the back is kept flat. As soon as it becomes concave as it does with any stroke done without a snorkel the sciatic nerve would flare up. You might be OK doing backstroke using mostly your arms, and using the buoy rather than even light kicking. ... (4 replies)
... S1 radicular pain that started in february. ... (4 replies)
... No one can tell you much about the nerve pain. Hopefully it is just a temporary thing caused by inflammation. ... (1 replies)
... shin, and right foot. I also have a sensation similar to that of stubbing my right toe. My Dr prescribed some nerve pain meds, and sleep aidsbin addition to the muscle Relaxer and narcotic pain meds that I was already prescribed. ... (13 replies)
... Hi thanks 4 the reply. I'm from the USA. I have an consultation in 3 weeks. I have back pain and sciatica mostly in my left leg some times my right. And I get numbness in my left theigh a lot. ... (8 replies)
... Yesterday, Day 12, I received the seat cusion T recommended. Noticed a slight pinching pain in low back, but it may have been from sitting too much yesterday. ... (16 replies)
Hello from the UK
Jul 25, 2017
... understand my MRI. It states I have a mild posterior disc bulge L5S1 with moderate neural for animal compromise worse on the left with impingment on both exiting L5 nerve roots. My issues are no back pain but leg pain in both legs and pins and needles in both feet and toes. ... (7 replies)
... Thanks for the reply. I agree that I need to be careful and not flare it up. Walking in the water and walking outside seems to be safe. I guess no swimming for now. The first spine clinic doctor I saw told me I had the spine of a 20 year old. I looked at her funny and wondered then why does my leg hurt? Then the second spine doctor i saw said that with this type of injury... (4 replies)
... Thanks for the advice. I'll try out the backstroke. Maybe I jut need to do fewer laps and walk in the pool more until I can tolerate it. Pilates is ok only because I do it privately with a physical therapist who owns a small Pilates studio. So it's a combo of physical therapist and Pilates. I tried pilates at a regular Pilates studio and it was an awful idea. This lady I... (4 replies)
... back soreness and minor nerve tingling which I attribute to new signals going through. I am 41 active and consider myself fit. First 2 weeks used caution doing everything. ... (16 replies)


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