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... Thank you very much for your reply, I appreciate the information that you have supplied. I am a disabled veteran and am in the VA system which cause a problem in and of itself. I live in the Harrisonburg, VA area and the nearest VA neurosurgeon is in Baltimore approximately 3 hours away. I don't know the neurosurgeon that I will have the appointment with yet to see what their... (4 replies)
... L5 segment that are causing the space within the central canal and foramen to narrow. This results in spinal nerve compression, which causes the radiating pain you are experiencing. In the central canal, the nerves that bundle together to form the cauda equina are being pushed together. ... (4 replies)
... er left side back pain, I immediately get severe burning in both legs on the outer calves to the point of it being debilitating. I cannot walk of stand when this pain in the calves is present and I also have to move my bowel rather quickly. ... (4 replies)

... Low back and bilateral hip and leg pain radiating to the feet. ... (2 replies)
... or nerve roots. ... (1 replies)
... L4 level. I'm experiencing new nerve pain in my thighs, especially in the right leg, and lower back pain on the right side. ... (2 replies)
... The pain you are experiencing could very well be caused by the issues shown on your MRI. ... (1 replies)
... I recently had an MRI of my lumbar spine. I have been experiencing back pain and sharp groin pain for 6 months. These are the MRI results below. ... (1 replies)
... like pain. It may cause something like facet joint enlargement which narrows the foramen located at that joint level, which can result in nerve compression, but there has to be some sort of nerve irritation or compression to cause the symptoms of leg pain. ... (17 replies)
... n massive pain, having failed back surgery, scar tissue, etc. This is no small surgery. Granted we all heal at different rates and have different thresholds of pain but your body needs adequate to heal and build up the fusion in your back. If you bend, lift and twist during that year, you will not fuse properly. ... (16 replies)
... Thank you both for your responses. I am going for a second opinion. The first surgeon wanted to do a PLIF on the L4, L5 and S1. I am currently having extreme pain on the left with sciatica and since my cortisone injections have had numbness in the right foot that is now getting progressively worse. The Dr. ... (16 replies)
... It is difficult to access the extent the scoliosis is causing your pain vs the disc issues you have that are causing nerve compression, in part because the report does not specify the amount of the curve, the size of the herniations, etc. ... (1 replies)
... Disc bulge and severe facet degenerative changes on the right side. Moderate right neural foraminal narrowing reidentified with contact of the exiting right L5 nerve root. Minimal ventral canal narrowing is seen. ... (1 replies)
... I want to be sure that you understand the nature of your pain syndrome. ... (1 replies)
... There is no way to predict what your level of pain will be post surgery. Some feel better fairly soon. For others, there is residual nerve damage that takes as long as a year to resolve. Often the pain is better but not completely resolved. ... (16 replies)
... thus the areas of pain in the corresponding areas. A second opinion from a highly rated neurosurgeon would be appropriate in my view. Good luck with all. ... (12 replies)
... an uneven bottom or slimy rock and jarring my spine. Then I started and stopped PT at least three times. He was determined that I do nothing that would stir up nerve pain....so if an exercise began to cause sciatic pain, I stopped it and returned to just walking...so needless to say, at this rate, it took 18 months. ... (8 replies)
... ll as it is very hard for me to do most things without help. The doctor does not really think physical therapy will help me and I cannot do it anyway due to the pain and my inability to get about. If anyone can offer any suggestions re this surgery, I would appreciate it. ... (4 replies)
... auses the nerves to get pinched off more. If there is no instability, only the laminectomy need be done to remove the encroaching herniated disc material off the nerve root. ... (2 replies)
... You have very little central canal stenosis, but there is stenosis in a number of the foramen...and the S1 nerve is compressed. This could be contributing to the numbness in your feet, and I bet the neurologist will find that there is a S1 nerve radiculopathy. ... (10 replies)


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