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... I have had back pain for years. I could not get a doctor that really cared. The kept saying I just had a sprain. This was a night mare as I knew that something was wrong. ... (20 replies)
... Thanks all for your comments... I'm just confused since the previous MRI & EMG confirmed stenosis (moderate to severe at L4-L5) & bilateral radiculopathy at L5-S1. Even the 1st Neurosurgeon that I saw said that he was evaluating me for lumbar spondylosis. This is the 1st mention of DDD (with my latest 2nd neurosurgeon's PA opinion)which I always thought was a much more... (6 replies)
... heat to kill the pain receptors. ... (8 replies)

... no sedation and I have been without pain meds since approx. Aug. ... (12 replies)
... ry with three doctor's rather than one, at least I think so. I had my neuro surgeon and a Physiologic Doctor. The physiologic doctor had been their to monitor my nerve activity before, during and after my surgery. ... (18 replies)
... You did post what level's they want to fuse but you did not post what procedure's and testing you have had. Also are you suffering from nerve and muscle pain along with numbness and weakness? ... (5 replies)
... it seems such a rush but guess they worry about nerve damage? ... (52 replies)
Lumbar fusion
Sep 9, 2003
... weeks post op. It is much to soon for me to say weather of not mine will be successful. Some people take longer that others to heal. Also if you have muscle or nerve damage that could take several months or more to heal, if it is not permanent. ... (9 replies)
... the surgery will include lamination and fusion with metal screws, etc. I cannot remember the exact names of the surgery that the doc gave me. I have had the nerve damage test which showed damage, and I was given the "excruciating" discogram. Surgery has been recommended by both a nuerologist and an orpthopedic surgeon. ... (4 replies)
... I'm doing quite well. I have some low back pain still but it is just from the surgery itself. ... (4 replies)
RE: PLIF surgery
Sep 22, 2002
... S1, significant nerve impingement on right. my family practice dr likes to describe this condition as a "cigar cutter" on the spine. ... (13 replies)
... I really don't know what to do at this point. I'm not receiving much guidance from any of the specialists that I've seen and seem to be on my own. I've already seen a Rheumatologist, Vascular Surgeon, several Foot and Ankle Surgeons (who said it was coming from my back), several Podiatrists (who again said the back) and 3 Neurologists (who all said it was my back) and 1... (8 replies)
... Hello. I just read your post and noticed u mentioned IFUSE as the option for your SI Joint Fusion. That word IFUSE always does catch my eye. I have had bilateral SI Joint fusions. ... (6 replies)
... with bilateral neural foraminal compression. ... (2 replies)
May 18, 2013
... compressing bilateral L5 nerve roots. ... (1 replies)
... rays and diagnosed me with arthritis and a nerve impingement. I am taking Gabapentin, Diazepam, and NSAIDs, along with ice, heat, and traction daily. ... (8 replies)
... level there is mild circumferential disc bulging and moderate facet arthropathy resulting in mild central canal narrowing. Mild Bilateral foraminal compromise noted. ... (2 replies)
... There is a marginal osteophyte formation at these levels which in combination with facet joint hpertrophy causes mild bilateral recess stenosis but no significant central canal stenosis. ... (3 replies)
... Could someone who is more knowledgeable about reading MRIs and has been through treatment options help me out please?? (3 replies)
... I had an MRI due to severe back pain and having trouble understanding the results. What does this all mean? ... (3 replies)

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