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... S1 nerve impingement. My husband seems to agree with him on the 2 levels fusion this time around. ... (43 replies)
... Yes, just a few weeks ago, I was in very little pain, mostly local lumbar pain and occasionally numbness on my toes. ... (43 replies)
Please help!!
Aug 27, 2016
... dysfunction due to everything going on. But he's almost certain that my original surgeon may have over stretched or possibly nicked my L5 nerve root, and that's why I have mild foot drop, and a whole bunch of scar tissue around that nerve in particular. ... (8 replies)

... This is when one vertebra slips over the top of the adjacent vertebra. It causes instability of the spinal segment and can result in a spinal nerve being "pinched. ... (11 replies)
... and mentally for successful rehabilitation. I am glad your neurologist does not want you to wait. I should have had mine sooner as I developed drop foot and the nerve damage was already done. However, my gait has improved. ... (43 replies)
... Sorry, I wasn't on the board....in your case I don't know if it is necessary. It seems to me they should know what is the pain generator, and could do a diagnostic nerve block to see if it is mostly L4-5, L5-S1 or the SI joints. (43 replies)
... NVC test which supposed to confirm the nerve root compression and damage. Should I ask for this test when I see my surgeon at 230pm today? ... (43 replies)
... and with the sacralized vertebra, it will insure you are more or less lined up properly and diminish any movement between the segments that might be catching a nerve now and then. ... (43 replies)
... Has the pain increased that much? ... (43 replies)
... spine are in the central spinal canal and in the neural foramina, which are the openings located at each vertebral level that provide the exit route for a spinal nerve to exit the spine to go out to the part of the body the nerve innervates. When these canals are open, the nerves function normally. ... (2 replies)
... about 4 weeks ago, I developed scatica nerve pain on my left leg with pain from left buttock to outer thigh and calf . ... (43 replies)
... Welcome to the board. I am surprised you only have pain in the left leg, that it only goes as far as the knee and that you only have a "dull" pain. ... (7 replies)
Please help!!
Aug 17, 2016
... on my L5 nerve root as well as DDD at the same level. There was noticeable loss of intervertebral height. I had a LOA done late July, which gave me about a day of relief. ... (8 replies)
... Lower back pain in a band just above my butt. Much worse on left side. ... (0 replies)
Please help!!
Aug 18, 2016
... Compression of the L5 spinal nerve often result in pain, tingling and numbness that can run down the leg and into the foot, and causes pain in the hip and across the buttocks to the sacrum. It may be that there is some residual swelling from the LOA or the disc has ruptured. ... (8 replies)
... Knowing personally how difficult it can be to get treatment when the MRI does not reveal anything that is not an obvious pain generator, I have great sympathy for you and what you are going through. ... (15 replies)
... The tethering was congenital, original op was to remove a bony spur that split the cord and cause tethering. The second op was re tethering that was causing nerve issues. ... (2 replies)
... Usually when there are lower lumbar, primarily L5, issues, sciatic pain is a typical symptom. When the nerve is badly compressed, pain can run down the leg all the way into the foot. ... (2 replies)
... When I finally got my MRI with contrast before my L5 S1 PLIF, lamidectomy. It said L5 S1 grade 1 anterolisthesis with bilateral L5 spondylosis. ... (43 replies)
... I'll be have an MRI test in a few days (answer will be in 3 weeks). can spondylolisthesis happen at age 38? (12 replies)


Associated Tags: back pain, bulging disc, ddd, fusion, herniated, numbness, spondylolisthesis, tingling, toe pain

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