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... First i would be sure that physical therapy every day is not aggravating the situation in your spine. I would think that might be too much, and may be causing as many issues as it is helping. ... (6 replies)
... thanks for the info, really appreciate ur concern.. ... (4 replies)
... hanks for your great help and advice, shady123, jacquelineforde, Wymom94 and sherry1. I am really glad that I joined this forum as I'd be lost without it and all of you. ... (15 replies)

... I was the one that posted below "New to... ... (7 replies)
... This was done of the LUMBAR Spine and Sacroilic Joints only. ... (8 replies)
... IDET and cheering for you... sounds like you are on the way to being another success story! ... (5 replies)
... It does sound like you might be having a problem with one of your cervical disks. Did you like the back doctor who did the surgery on you before? ... (6 replies)
... During the night I'll sometimes turn on my side and when I do I slide the pillow under my head to keep my cervical spine straight. ... (5 replies)
... I had low back pain for 4 years, but no pain or tingling in the legs. My regular doctor said I'd just have to live with it, and two chiropractors told me it was a muscle problem. Finally I went to a spine specialist. ... (16 replies)
... a lot of the problems are that the back is such a complicated sysem or nerves, discs, muscles, etc. and their is still a lot of guess work and hit and miss involved. ... (24 replies)
... Are you seeing a spine specialist? ... (7 replies)
... Keep in mind that we are not doctors as you read people's comments. Judging by the report, which is just one piece of the diagnostic puzzle, it would appear that you can afford to wait. ... (11 replies)
... This is the first report I received..... ... (6 replies)
... Prior to surgery my symptoms were mostly major sciatica down my right leg, with just a little back pain and a lot of hip pain. The herniated disc was compressing the L5 nerve root. ... (2 replies)
... find the orthos in your state who work on the nearest NFL team...you're more likely to find someone who can really help you. Let me know if I can help at all... ... (24 replies)
... Please help, I was diagnosed with breast cancer 2 years ago at the age of 34. I underwent bilateral mastectomy and 6 rounds of chemotheropy. Last October I started experiencing a great deal of back and hip pain. More recently I have had numbness and headaches along with increased pain. ... (9 replies)
... I would do full inversions and it felt wonderful in my lumbar area. However, hanging from my feet was killing my Achilles tendons and giving me a lot of pain around my feet, so I had to stop. I wish I had gotten one of those inversion chairs that you can invert from the waist down only. ... (5 replies)
... I had the back pain for 4 years before the IDET, and I assume the disk was torn all that time, although I didn't get a definitive diagnosis until I went to a spine specialist in March of last year and he ordered an MRI. ... (10 replies)
... you might consider having that discogram. Usually the disogram will show damage to the spine much better than an MRI. ... (4 replies)
... t move, I was okay. That first 24 hours, was pretty tricky and I was very worried. Though our toilet is only about three steps away from the bed, it took me about ten minutes to negotiate the trip and only possible by heavily leaning on my girlfriend. ... (6 replies)


Associated Tags: adr, annular tear, facet arthropathy, foraminal stenosis, l5/s1, mri, muscle atrophy, nerve damage

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