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... When a disc problem is mild like yours is, there can be several cycles of this, even spaced out over years, and then one day, when you are least expecting it, it may reherniate or rupture, and you will be temporarily unable to move. ... (1 replies)
... but they are not of the material to "crack". ... (4 replies)
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Feb 14, 2001
... Chances are you had a vertebrae out of place if you heard a loud pop, then relief. I have had L5 problems for the last 15 years. I was seeing a chiropractor and he was telling me my hip was out of place. ... (5 replies)

... Thank you, I know you're right. I don't have insurance and I'm trying to avoid going right now. I recently had to have some blood work done and it didn't seem like much, but it came to $250 which I can't really afford right now. I was just hoping some one on here has had a similar injury and knew how I should be treating it at home. My guess is to rest up and not do much... (2 replies)
... I think you should be checked out by a doctor. When you don't know what you actually did to your body when you fell, you could be sorry later. ... (2 replies)
... the nerve against a vertebrae resulting in radiating pain. ... (14 replies)
... I have an L6 also. Mine is unstable and causes my pelvic to shift out of place and causes pinched nerve on my left side and feels like I am walking on pins and needles constantly. ... (1 replies)
... The doctor said that is was worst than what they expected. The schmorl's node is shifting vertebrae out of place and could be hitting nerves. ... (13 replies)
... If these are hand adjustments by the chiropractor, this is way too soon, because of the shape you are in. The chiro. should be usng an activator, not his hands. ... (9 replies)
... lly helped me in the end, along with chiro. The knots in your muscles will stay there untill PT works them out. I was told by my attorney to keep a daily journal of what I went through, so they could get an idea of my injuries. ... (9 replies)
... rays and MRI the vertebrae was a little out of place, but he didn't think "rods and screws were necessary". I was a little concerned and asked my family doctor for his opinion. ... (2 replies)
... To my level of understanding, these findings are all indicators of damage that has occured over time. They point towards arthritis, not any sort of acute injury. I hope this has helped! ... (3 replies)
... Well Happy Birthday! I'd see a doctor about it. X-rays will show if its a problem with the vertebrae. (2 replies)
... The most common cause of low back pain in adolescent athletes is a stress fracture in one of the vertebrae that make up the spinal column. This is called spondylolysis. ... (53 replies)
... n back problems ASAP, they are good at reading mri results and will explain their findings in English. Childhood back pain could indicate that there is some sort of abnormality present because generally there shouldn't be any degeneration of the bones or discs. ... (19 replies)
... Dr. Wohs has many, many online complaints. His pain management is absurd. He just passed the Bar Exam so he is now a lawyer at 62. I may have had 5 minutes of eye contact with him in two appointments and the surgery. ... (3 replies)
... After fusion, the risk of infection goes up with each subsequent surgery. I urge you to keep on top of this and be sure you are not carrying around a bone infection. ... (3 replies)
... Removal of hardware in 2003, due to nerve impediment right from the get after fusion, surgeon said everything was solid at the time of removal, though I knew better and simply was not up to dealing with another procedure at the time. ... (2 replies)
... Vertebrae just don't pop out of place and one hip higher is more than likely just a muscle spasm tightening up. Go to your family doctor and get assessed there. ... (4 replies)
... i'm 2.5 weeks post op now. at about 1.5 weeks i started having some bad sciatica. at first i thought i might have pushed myself too far on one of my walks. but the sciatica was different than what i was used to. it felt like my entire hamstring was being pulled and the most pain was behind my knee. ... (93 replies)


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