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[COLOR=Indigo][CENTER][B]Hello Shauna :wave:[/B] [/CENTER]

[INDENT]I am so sorry to hear that you are still in so much pain. The last time I had heard from you was after your hardware removal and you had had a problem with your throat.

As for the nerve damage, I too can relate as I also had an EMG and the conclusion was nerve damage. I have also fallen twice but because of weak ankles. I am now wearing ankle support but most likely I will be having braces made for me after my appointment with neurologist. You must be very careful as these falls could do severe damage. Have they told you exactly what type of nerve damage you have? I am asking this because certain types do require supports or bracing of either legs, feet or both, depending upon the extent of the damage.

As for the trigger point injection's, did you have any type of injection's before your hardware removal? I did go into the hospital and had injection's in different area's around my hardware. This procedure was done to see if the hardware was causing some of my pain. My neuro surgeon had explained to me that these was similar to trigger point injection's. I don't know if you had this procedure before your hardware removal or not. If so, then maybe this helped. Either way, I do hope that these injection's do help you with some of your pain. I will keep you in my prayer's.[/INDENT]

[CENTER][B] :angel: Jeanne :angel: [/B] [/CENTER] [/COLOR]
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[COLOR=DarkSlateBlue][B]~[U]LUMBAR[/U]~[/B]
Posterolateral Fusion & Infuse with Laminectomy & Discectomy on L4,L5,S1 June 2003
Instrumentation = 2 Rods, 6 Screws, 2 Disc Spacers
[U]Lumbar CT Scan 9/24/03[/U]
Impression:
The thecal sac appears to be deviated slightly to the left around L5.
Mild posteior subcutaneous edema.
L3-L4 mild circumferential disc bulge.
L4-5, L5-S1, mild disc bulges are noted.
Follow up MRI recommended. (Neuro surgeon said report was incorrect)
[U]Lumbar MRI 1/20/04[/U]
Impression:
Small amount of post operative fluid collection at level L4 which does not appear to communicate with the thecal sac.
Encasement of the thecal sac at L4-5 level by enchancing soft tissue, consistent with epidural fibrosis.
Displacement of the left S1 nerve root, consistent with epidural fibrosis.
[U]Lumbar Myelogram 2/26/04[/U]
Impression:
Mild indentation on the subarachnoid space is noted at the level of L4-5 & L5-S1 where there is non-specific soft tissue slightly displacing the subarachnoid space.
[U]Lumbar Post Myelogram 2/26/04[/U]
Impression:
L4-5 non-specific soft tissue is noted in the dorsal & ventral epidural space..
L5-S1, there is non-specific soft tissue noted in the ventral epidural space slightly displacing the dural sac posteriorly.
[U]EMG 9/13/04[/U]
Distal Peroneal Neuropathy Bilaterally
Bilateral Chronic L4 versus L5 Radiculopathy
[B]~[U]CERVICAL[/U]~[/B]
Straightening of the Normal Cervical Lordosis.
Mild Congenital Narrowing of the Spinal Canal.
C4-5, C5-6, C6-7 Herniated Discs
C4-5 & C5-6 , Cord Flattening at these levels.

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