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... Many of your symptoms are similar to symptoms of kidney disease. There is nothing in the MRI that would warrant a trip to a spine specialist. The discs begin the aging process in our 20s so it is not surprising to see a little bit of disc disease or stenosis. ... (5 replies)
... Hi my name is Derrick 27 years old 134lbs 6,1 and for the last 9 months i have been having a multitude of symptoms that have compleatly destroyed my health and my mind and im not sure where to turn or what to do at this point so i thought maybe someone here can maybe relate to any of this. Meds i was taking Trazodone,Lituium,Xanax,Neroten,Luvox,Cipro,alpha... (5 replies)
... Oh, one more thing, I would be very careful if you do go with PT. I'm a huge advocate of PT and it can do wonders, but in the state your spine is in, it would be pretty easy to do more damage. ... (3 replies)

... Wow. Run fast to a new spine surgeon. That is an enormous laminectomy and I have no idea how your surgeon thought that would be ok without fusion. ... (3 replies)
MRI Help?
Dec 17, 2014
... The vertebrae in your spine are separated by spongy discs that provide cushioning and allow movement. ... (2 replies)
... Hello had my MRI done without contrast of the C spine I have looked and can not figure out how to read it or understand it I know im not a doctor yes but it states in there that T2 FS Flair and a T 1 flair and something about ax t1 vibe I have the disk with me to give to y doctor but i dont go back until jan 23 and just wanted to confirm some of it or someone give me some... (2 replies)
... this, but, it is very unusual to do a multi level laminectomy without fusion. When the lamina is removed, the main supporting structure for that segment of the spine is removed or at least weakened. When there are several weak links all in a row, there is too great a distance for the healthy segments to support... ... (3 replies)
... to you. I do not think you are healing correctly, or there is something not addressed in surgery that is still generating pain. Did you ever go to a different spine surgeon for a consultation? ... (2 replies)
... I don't believe the cyst is the only reason you should see a spine specialist. With the foot drop and urinary issues, you should be under the care of a spine specialist because there is the potential for far greater nerve damage if the nerves are left in a compressed state. ... (4 replies)
MRI Help?
Dec 15, 2014
... Multiplanar sequences through the cervical spine are obtained. ... (2 replies)
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... Welcome to the board. I just saw your post. I am sorry no one responded. I can only assume you are not seeing a spine specialist on a regular basis. ... (4 replies)
... I had a successful appointment on Monday, and was booked on Wednesday with the ortho spine surgeon. I have a copy of the MRI report now, too. ... (16 replies)
... he dealed with migraines, spine problems, and BOTOX. ... (6 replies)
... Hello, Im 51 yrs old and have a bit of a complicated medical history. In 1087 I had a slip and fall. began having leg and back pain that progressively worstened. I was eventually diagnosed with Sponylolisthesis and had my L 3/4/5 fused. during my recovery i was diagnosed with having FSHD (Fascio-Scapulo_Humeral-Dystrophy) Over the years my legs have progressively weakened, i... (4 replies)
... ations, not the other way around. If you had an MRI or xray done previous to your accident you could prove this, but barring that I think you'd need a specialist spine surgeon to take a look and see what they thought. ... (6 replies)
... but I think it's good to have points on both sides when making decisions like spine surgery. ... (10 replies)
... Being from the states I have no idea how the NHS works, but you need to be seen by a spine specialist to sort this all out and get the proper treatment. ... (6 replies)
... argument, or flare of temper, or a burst of stress, they often jut the chin out. Try to think about taking a deep breath and gently moving the chin back so the spine is more aligned. This helps the autonomic nervous system to open up and for the person to return to equilibrium. ... (6 replies)
... I'm not sure how to form my question..I have some arthritis and scoliosis in my spine..along with osteopenia in my left hip, osteopenia in my femoral neck, and osteoporosis in my lumber spine..it kills me to stand, can't sit for long periods..and as I get older, my shoulders just can't seem to hold my posture, feels like it weights a ton just to hold up.. I don't want to be... (6 replies)


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