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... years now and I never had any injury or anything just a slow insidious aching and then nerve pain. ... (15 replies)
... This may seem like a dumb question but does anyone know how the nerve fibers fire differently when we ask more from the muscle...for example biking at 11mph vs biking at 16mph? ... (33 replies)
... Yes, everything I have has been bilateral ...who knows...I got nerve ablation last Friday at the L5, S1 area bilatterally....really seems to have helped and I get facet joint injections next Friday at L3. ... (8 replies)

Back pain
Jul 7, 2011
... Can anyone break the statement below into laymans terms for me ,I would love to know as I am in severe pain and am awaiting epidural injections. ... (6 replies)
... So this is saying that I have narrowing of those canals on both the left and right side? (34 replies)
... probably due to bone overgrowth. Hence, this would be referrred to a foraminal stenosis. Looks like the herniation is also compressing the nerve root on the left at the S1 level. ... (34 replies)
... How do they know you have scar tissue around the nerve root? ... (10 replies)
... I've had moderate and more recently sharp lower back pain for about 6 months now. If I bend at just the right angle, it feels like a tazor hitting my back. Can anyone explain the seriousness of these results? ... (2 replies)
... nflammation. Inflammation can cause on a near by nerves and that is why you get your legs pain. I have mine severe but my problem is on a top of all the above is nerve damage during surgery. ... (19 replies)
... If you truly have arthritis of the facet joints, it makes sense that you have pain that increases as you move around during the day. ... (19 replies)
... es on that RSD knee too.scared the hell otta me since having any surgery on an actual RSD affected extremity can cause it to actually spread further up or even a bilateral spread since they share the same part of the SNS chain.luckily i have a very knowledgable ortho who is very familiar with RSD who actually did my surgery. ... (8 replies)
Back pain
Sep 1, 2007
... I'm getting very discouraged. I've been having this terrible back pain for over a year now and have tried 2 rounds of physical therapy and multiple injections. I am now being referred to a surgeon for a fusion. ... (13 replies)
... I don't have severe pain compared to some on this board but this is driving me crazy because nobody seems to know what the deal is. ... (1 replies)
... there is diffuse bulging disk that is eccentric to the right. there is bilateral nerve root foraminal narrowing, but worse on right than on left. the AP diameter of the canal is 9mm. ... (5 replies)
... there is diffuse bulging disk that is eccentric to the right. there is bilateral nerve root foraminal narrowing, but worse on right than on left. the AP diameter of the canal is 9mm. ... (4 replies)
Ok Here goes
Aug 20, 2004
... there is diffuse bulging disk that is eccentric to the right. there is bilateral nerve root foraminal narrowing, but worse on right than on left. the AP diameter of the canal is 9mm. ... (14 replies)
... My neurologist isn't saying it's a problem. Back 2 years ago I'd been told that it was pressing against my spinal cord, but I wasn't having trouble then. (14 replies)
... Do you have any cervical cord compression from the herniated disc in your neck? That can also cause "sciatic" pain. (14 replies)
... It is not necessarily that you have "done something" that is causing your pain, particularly if it is in both legs. It more likely is coming from some degenerative changes in your spine...perhaps spinal stenosis in the central canal. (14 replies)
Back pain
Mar 3, 2015
... y friend is having spine pblm.Just help me explain that report.Followings are the findings of his report. Straightening of thoracic lumbar curvature Thining of intervertibral disc between L5-S1 Abnormal signal return seen from L5 and S1vertibral body which are low on T1W n high on T2W and STIR representing bone contusion Circumferential disc bulge seen at L4-L5 and L5-S1... (10 replies)




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