It appears you have not yet Signed Up with our community. To Sign Up for free, please click here....



Message Board


Back Problems Board Index
Pages: 1Showing 1 - 16 of 16 for vertebrae sticking out. (0.205 seconds)


... in my lower back, I'm guessing around the L4 vertebrae. It even sticks out a little. When I was a kid I was diagnosed with spondylolysis and had quite a bit of pain again in my late teens. ... (1 replies)
... in my lower back, I'm guessing around the L4 vertebrae. It even sticks out a little. When I was a kid I was diagnosed with spondylolysis and had quite a bit of pain again in my late teens. ... (0 replies)
... Personally I would get a referral to a good back doctor and let him order the MRI through his means. I do think that you need to see a specialist first and let him take care of whatever he feels you need for diagnostic purposes. Good luck! (1 replies)

... ch when I run. If I cary back pack or ride a bike and lean forward it seams t hurt more. I had scoliosis as child and I think that I still have it now. One of my vertebrae was always kinda sticking out a bit. I have no other pain or condition.. ... (0 replies)
... (5 replies)
... See if you can get copies of all of your x-rays and then start with consulting with your primary care physician (if possible and if you find he/she to be helpful). Then perhaps a referral to another Orthopedic Spine Surgeon or Neurosurgeon. Eons ago I had knee surgery and only found out the error that was done in screw placement when I requested copies of all x-rays and... (5 replies)
... spondy. I guess I fractured my back when I was little and it healed weird and my vertebrae slipped. I was being treated by a very good back doctor. . we started with conservative treatment. . ... (65 replies)
... Thank you so much! Yes, I know many people benefit from PT, and doctors normally give out pills. It was just frustrating because half the doctors I saw didn't do anything BUT tell me it was strain from waitressing, hand me pills and send me on my way. ... (11 replies)
... As far as osteophytes and spurring, this means that bone growths are starting to come out of the vertebrae and sometimes can push on a nerve or muscle and cause pain.. ... (2 replies)
... Ok, you have a lump that is sticking out from your back, I get the picture now. That's not a Schmorls, they can't be felt outside the body since they're contained within the vertebrae. ... (13 replies)
... L5 disk is herniated and bulging and is sticking out into your spinal cord and pressing on the nerve root. ... (4 replies)
... The pedicle screw has penetrated further than it should and is gone through the vertebrae and is now sticking into the area between the peritoneum and the spine . ... (3 replies)
... this is why it is much easier to actually tell up top in that c spine where the prominences are just much more prominent and will fan out away like if you took your hand and fanned out your fingers would? ... (10 replies)
... about the Taping. I would have never remembered this. I will be doing some research on this and going and talking with that Physical Therapist again. If I find out anything on this, I will post it. I hope you get your issues with your back taken care real quick. No one should suffer pain. ... (12 replies)
... Hi Jessie, I had surgery a week ago. I had pain radiating down my left leg and back pain. I went in for a foraminectomy The surgeon decompressed the l5 nerve. The s1 nerve was as he put it, velcroed to my vertebrae, and he released it, injected it with steroids, and put a lubricant on it to prevent it from sticking. I was also very scared about going in to have this... (11 replies)
... I am also so glad I found this board. There are people out there with a lot of the same symptoms as I have and I don't feel so alone. I have had back pain on and off for years. A few months ago the pain came to stay. ... (13 replies)


Associated Tags: fusion recovery, lumbar fusion complication, lumbar spinal fusion, misplaced screw, skiing after back surgery

Pages: 1

All times are GMT -7. The time now is 06:36 AM.



Site owned and operated by HealthBoards.comô
Terms of Use © 1998-2014 HealthBoards.comô All rights reserved.
Do not copy or redistribute in any form!