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... Low back and bilateral hip and leg pain radiating to the feet. ... (2 replies)
... brain bleeds from accidents. Yet I am still here, Only problem is our lovely Gov of Ohio is trying to close down all pain clinics, I SO wish he'd try to walk a mile in my shoes. Anyway That is my intro, now that I see this site covers about everything I will be here often I am sure! ... (1 replies)
... On January 8, 2015 I had a Laminectomy of L2,L3,L4,L5. My symptoms were radiating pain from my buttocks down through my hamstring whenever I coughed, sneezed or standing for 40 minutes or more, no other symptoms. ... (2 replies)

... Facet joint pain is usually felt in the back, making us stiff when we first get up in the morning or after sitting or standing for awhile for awhile. ... (2 replies)
... Hello, and welcome to the board. It is always helpful to look at MRI results in the context of symptoms so if you post your symptoms we're likely to be able to help further. The vertebrae in your spine are separated by spongy discs that supply shock absorption and ease of movement. As we age the discs start to dry out and lose some their water content (dessication). When... (1 replies)
... t be in bed with covers over it. The pain gets worse if I spend much time walking on it, and usually is worse at night. This pain is in my right leg. ... (17 replies)
... men 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)
... bad back pain in my low back, terrible pain with the right sciatic nerve, and horrible pain radiating down my leg and foot. The bottom of my foot is also numb most of the time, especially the bottom of my toes and the area by them. ... (17 replies)
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... I had never heard of Chronic Reflexive Pain Syndrome before. ... (17 replies)
... Second, I really cannot believe you have so much stenosis that surgery is being recommended but you do not have pain. Do you not have sciatic or leg pain? ... (10 replies)
... Hello and welcome to the board. Here is a bit of spinal anatomy to help with the below descriptions : Your cervical spine consists of 7 vertebrae C1 at the top of your neck to C7 at the bottom. Your lumbar spine consists of 5, L1 - L5. Your sacrum is actually 5 fused vertebrae (s1-s5). All of the cervical, thoracic and lumbar vertebrae are separated by spongy discs. The... (2 replies)
... Should I wait til it "goes out" and is in pain or go in anytime? ... (9 replies)
... Back pain is no fun. ... (9 replies)
... My question is should I wait until I'm in a lot of pain to get an MRI or will the MRI results be effective even if I get the MRI during a time when I'm not in pain? ... (9 replies)
... To make a long story short. I have been suffering with back pain on my left side ONLY in the thoracic and cervical area. Pain caused chronic headaches, wierd prickly sensations on left side of my face, some ocassional arm numbness, and eventually depression. ... (15 replies)
ALIF Cold foot
Jan 9, 2015
... ay is ice cold. I started using a digital thermometer to measure and the bottom of my left foot would be 84degree at same time my right foot is 97degree. My left leg and foot is the leg I have had problems for years along with my back pain. My left foot will return to normal temperature and then get ice cold again. ... (8 replies)
... With that amount of stenosis and nerve compression, I am amazed you do not have severe pain running down the back of your leg and into the foot. The compression of S1 could be causing the balance issues as, if there is nerve damage, it can affect the proprioceptors located in the leg. ... (10 replies)
... L5 segment seems to be particularly degenerated and a likely source of your "issues" as well. I really cannot believe you do not have pain running down the back of your leg! ... (10 replies)
... Remember that if you go back to work too early and further injure your spine, you're the one who has to suffer the pain and possible further surgeries, not your doctor. ... (7 replies)


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