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... Hi jewels, It sounds like it might be the sacroiliacjoint from the description. There is one on both sides of the spine were the last vertebrae is right next to the beginning of the pelvic bone. Its just two bones abutted up next to each other not really like a joint. ... (2 replies)
Twisted Spine?
Apr 16, 2010
... so sorry its taken me awhile to get back hewre hon. the one thing i DON"T see is anything that was looked at within that c spine level? that area,espescially with the upper torso and lower torso numbess really does NEED to be scanned,and preferrably WITH contrast,esp since you already ahve been found to have one hemangioma within that T 6 level? they CAN come in multiples in... (6 replies)
... Hello everyone! Although this is my first posting, I have been reading this board for several months now...and would like to say thank you to everyone who has written in. I had been waiting for the FDA to approve multi-level disc replacement surgery, but after spending time on this site, along with my worsening condition , I have given up on that idea, and I've been seeing the... (1 replies)

... quina." It is called this because hundreds of years ago, when doctors began the practice of dissecting a cadaver, they thought this mass of nerves that were all twisted together looked like the tail of a horse. The nerves which exit the spinal cord in the upper section, the neck, control breathing and the arms. ... (19 replies)
What to do ?
Jun 27, 2012
... t. This is after i spent that morning with my PT! The next day I was back with my trusty walker at his office. The problem was another "sacral torsion" and my l5 vertebrae had "twisted" somehow. ... (5 replies)
... L1 level it carries the spinal nerves in a twisted mass called the "cauda equina. ... (1 replies)
... rays and said that my lower vertebrae was twisted and pinching a nerve. He did an adjustment which just seemed to make things worse and more constant. ... (7 replies)
... he moment it's not even hurting, so I'm not sure that I wouldn't be wasting resources. Having said that, it's pretty reasonable to want to find ou tif you have a twisted vertebrae. I'll give em a call. ... (3 replies)
... This is going to seem trivial to people with serious back problems, but I've had minor concern for a while, and don't know if I should go to see my GP. An informed opinion would be nice, because I don't know if there's anything that can or should be done, and don't want to waste a chiropractor's time or give anyone a chance to make it worse. Quite frankly, I don't even know... (3 replies)
... Hi Sunset, and welcome to our little "back"-wards world. I do not have this and have never heard of it before, but I wanted to let you know that we do commiserate with your pain. There are lots of us here, and this is a very encouraging and supportive group of folks. We have a variety of back issues, but back pain is back pain and we all understand that! I hope... (1 replies)
Sacroilitis
Sep 28, 2007
... My understanding is that SIJD is the mechanical disfunction whereby the pelvic bones don't stay in place, shifting and rotating in different ways depending on the individual, and, I'm learning, it's often combined with a out-of-place sacrum too. (I also had one twisted vertebrae or something like that). Sacrolilitis is the condition where the SI Joint is inflammed, I think... (10 replies)
... one vertebrae that was slightly twisted. ... (4 replies)
... First off, it is great for me to hear that I am not the only one with a heartwrenching story to tell, and all posts have mentally helped me...THX. My story began last year when I gave birth to our child (3/20/06). I had an epidural for the pain, and when they went to remove it, it snapped and coiled back into my back and spine. 45 minutes later they wheeled me into the... (8 replies)
... because of clinical trials showing problems if the BMP got into unwanted areas, which the anterior approach prevented. I did worry about the intestines getting twisted and yet more surgery being required, but all went extremely well. ... (7 replies)
... hat have gotten worse ever since. She has tried everything from accupuncture, physical therapy, injections, massages to surgery that fused three of her cervical vertebrae together. She has multiple herneated disks as well as degenerative disk disease. ... (4 replies)
Bmp?
Mar 23, 2005
... ever, I will have to say that my recovery on the anterior surgery was a lot easier than posterior, but I did worry that the handling of intestines they might get twisted or have a tear. Nothing happened and all was fine. ... (5 replies)
... even though chiros say not to and MD's don't acknowledge that as treatment. my vertebrae feel as if they protrude and have to be pushed back into place. ... (17 replies)
... even though chiros say not to and MD's don't acknowledge that as treatment. my vertebrae feel as if they protrude and have to be pushed back into place. ... (17 replies)


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