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... I found this forum while searching for a resolution for my back pain. ... (16 replies)
... In your case, the report indicates that the disc located between T5 and T6 has herniated and part of the soft center of the disc is leaking out. ... (2 replies)
... central back I was finally issued an MRI. I picked up the results from medical records yesterday. ... (2 replies)

Thoracic Back pain
Aug 16, 2005
... T8, poor T6 is carrying all the load. After talking with my doc I have discovered that most surgeons avoid that area of the back like the plague. I'm not sure where any resources are on Thoracic back problems do any of you know of any links to such information? ... (81 replies)
... Thoracic back pain, unspecified back pain laterality. ... (9 replies)
... Thoracic back pain, unspecified back pain laterality. ... (13 replies)
... but never to the point I would do anything about it. A little bit of rest and I seemed to get better. I had a few back injuries that I fully recovered from as a teenager. ... (5 replies)
... I had a spinal fusion in Nov 2004, from T5 to L5, I had adult onset idopathic scoliosis. ... (10 replies)
... They did one on my Lumbar also and it looks like their is some stuff going on, but I do not have pain in my lower back. I will be going to the pain clinic on Monday and I will talk to the doctor about the hemangioma. ... (16 replies)
... Myleogram or CT scans. Right leg pain just like yours. Don't give up and go to a Specialist or as many doctors as you need to until you get the answers. ... (19 replies)
... Hi I'm new here! I have had chronic back pain for years, but for the last year I have had severe sciatic nerve pain down my right leg. ... (19 replies)
Thoracic Back pain
Dec 23, 2005
... Hello All Well i see i am not alone . I am 35 and i have broad based midline disk herniation at t5-6 as well as a leftparacentral disk herniation at t7-8 both with signifigant spinal cord compression . Disk height narrowing from t3-4 through t7-8 , disk dehydration and loss of height and consequential changes fron t3- t8 . Also disk degeneration and protrusion at c4-5 and... (81 replies)
... I have had sharp back pain in between my T6 and right shoulder blade for the past 4 months with no clear indication of how it started. ... (0 replies)
... results what is the best treatment plan for you. You said you just started with them last week so what I am guessing is that he wants to get all the test results back before prescribing a certain amount of meds. I don't see why he wouldn't treat your problems. He will probably want to do other treatment beside pills. ... (2 replies)
... welcome to the boards!! Most of my back pain is due to compression fractures of my vertabrae due to osteoporosis. ... (8 replies)
... st 42. I was told I will end up having to be in and out of hospitals all my life. I was originally on total disability while I was married, but like a dummy went back to school to get a degree so that I could take care of my children on my own, since we were going through a divorce. ... (10 replies)
Back surgery at t5
Sep 18, 2004
... for over three years. I have had epidurals, trigger points, spinal stimulator and other things I can't remember and all these procedures have only made the pain worse. When all this started, my pain was all in my chest wall, mainly on the right side, but sometimes on the left also. ... (8 replies)
Terrible Back Pain
Jan 18, 2016
... Since then, the pain in my back and my sternum has never really improved. In addition to that, my posture is awful. ... (1 replies)
... and T5. This is where that acute pain is, and I believe what's causing most of my exhaustion. ... (4 replies)
... ic and lumbar. It is very rare for them to be symptomatic in all the research I have done I really couldn't get much on how they finally figure it out that the pain is from them. I think the biggest way is by excluding everything else and if you have pain along the dermatome for that level that matches correctly. ... (16 replies)


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