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... Welcome to the board. I would think you could get into see some orthopedic spine or neuro surgeon sooner than that. In the meantime I suggest you don't receive chiropractic again until you find out if you have spinal nerve involvement. ... (1 replies)
... When you refer to your ortho, would that be the surgeon who worked on your knee or was it a spine specialist? ... (1 replies)
... nal cord, and the neuroforamen, often just called the foramen....which are an opening located at the end of the vertebra that allows the spinal nerve to exit the spine to go out to the area of the body it innervates. If a blockage occurs in either area, the result is a "pinched" nerve. ... (5 replies)

... I was dig nosed 15 years ago with degenerative spine disorder. After the initial issue the pain went away and I got back to normal. 7 years ago I was injured and had to have a knee surgery. ... (1 replies)
... I would suggest you see a different spine specialist... ... (3 replies)
... es I was injured two years ago. I was horse playing and someone jumped on my back piggy back style. My last MRI was two years ago. I am seeing doctor at my local spine center. He gave me two cortisone shots yesterday and referred me back to physical therapy again and called on another round of muscle relaxers. ... (3 replies)
... What does this all mean??? Any help greatly appreciated. Can some please explain this CT Scan so I have some idea what it means??? FINDINGS: Straightening of usual cervical lordosis. No osseous sclerotic or osseous loose lesion appreciated. The usual low attenuation visualized portions mastoid air cells. Mild hypertrophic changes C1-C2 with small spurs. On scout image,... (5 replies)
... trained orthopedic spine surgeon or neurosurgeon, will correlate the results of the imaging with what is found upon physical exam and basic neurological exam. ... (1 replies)
... Details Study Result INDICATION: Cervicalgia. TECHNIQUE: Multisequence, multiplanar MRI of the cervical spine was performed on a 3 Tesla magnet without contrast. Obtained sequences include: Sagittal T1, sagittal T2, sagittal STIR, axial T2, and T2 medic axial. (1 replies)
... I hope you were able to see a spine specialist as there are issues that need to be followed. ... (1 replies)
... l ask what the other surgeon planned...but often they won't ask, in which case I found it helpful to just approach the appointment as a first time visitor to any spine surgeon. ... (18 replies)
... My problems are mainly Cervical, and getting worse, with some lower back. I am looking for someone who knows a lot about thoracic spine problem for my cousin. Anyone specialize in Thoracic problems? ... (1 replies)
... What does this all mean??? Any help greatly appreciated. Can some please explain this CT Scan so I have some idea what it means??? FINDINGS: Straightening of usual cervical lordosis. No osseous sclerotic or osseous loose lesion appreciated. The usual low attenuation visualized portions mastoid air cells. Mild hypertrophic changes C1-C2 with small spurs. On scout image,... (0 replies)
... homework, research the surgeon, maybe ask to speak to one of his patients who has had a similar procedure. The surgeon may be doing cutting edge work that most spine surgeons aren't doing yet...or...you may be signing up to be a Guinea pig! ... (18 replies)
... n or loss of movement at the level of injury or below. At the cervical and thoracic levels, a serious injury can result in paralysis. Most issues of the lumbar spine cannot cause paralysis. ... (18 replies)
... gs, ankles trying to give way with me, and she sent me to a different group. But the doc she wanted me to see handled knees and ankles. So, I chose an orthopedic spine doc instead. ... (18 replies)
... vial cyst, I had surgery last September,and have had chronic sciatic for over 2years. I also have degenerated disks l4 l5 And osteoarthritis and osteoporosis of spine , ny surgeon was shocked when my cyst came back,but it was twice the size , and I also have stenosis of spine . ... (6 replies)
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... be very carefully monitored. Myelomalacia is not something you want to ignore...but whether you need to rush into surgery without getting another opinion from a spine surgeon is the question. ... (1 replies)
... Have you consulted with several spine surgeons? ... (3 replies)




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