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... Need help interpreting the following MRI Report. MRI of the Lumbar Spine without contrast History: Lumbosacral spondylosis without myelopathy Comparison: none Technique: Sagittal T1-weighted, T2-weighted, STIR, and axialT2-weighted spin echo and gradient echo images of the lumbar spinewere obtained without intravenous contrast. Findings: There are 3 bars along the right... (2 replies)
... weeks, it finally got bad enough for me to go to the doctor. I was given muscle relaxers, told that it probably wasn't a disc issue, and sent home. ... (17 replies)
... chiro treatments for a year. Things today are improved but still not great. ... (14 replies)

... Avoid anything that causes severe pain even if it's exercise based. Try laying on your stomach and slowly pushing up on your elbows for 4s. ... (2 replies)
... L4 mild central protrusion with annular tear. Flattening of the thecal sac. ... (2 replies)
... This protrusion is in the central of the disc. Again, another bulge. ... (1 replies)
... I am 48 yr old female, in relatively good shape. I have always been active and exercise on an elliptical 4 or more times per week. ... (2 replies)
... February 2000, a neurosurgeon diagnosed my back problem as a vertebrae slipping out of place. In December 2000, the L4 and L5 disc ruptured and surgery was performed. ... (5 replies)
... t even go 5 mins. Standing for too long can also become more painful. ... (4 replies)
... First off , thank you soo much for your response! Sometimes I feel this is all in my head because some practitioners have seemed at best skeptical. ... (10 replies)
... esultant mild to moderate central canal stenosis and bilateral recess stenosis. There is no apparent displacement or compression of the traversing right or left L5 nerve root. ... (21 replies)
... a course of physical therapy to strengthen the core and back muscles, oral medications for pain and inflammation, perhaps a series of epidural steroid injections to help heal the disc, for pain and inflammation. ... (2 replies)
... stem, traction, chiro adj., massage ther., some exercise ther. ... (3 replies)
... You ask as if you are taking the pain seriously, when people are in this kind of pain for so long it almost becomes a part of us and although its always there we tend to wounder if it is seroius. Yes I think it is. ... (3 replies)
... Hi everybody. Just discovered this site and am searching for answers also. ... (15 replies)
... t even perform this without a few minutes of psyching myself up for it. ... (6 replies)
Sciatica pain
Aug 15, 2010
... days bed rest and resumed office work after that. The doctor advised me that the pain will go slowly and I should be careful about lifting things. My job calls for computer use in sitting position. It continued till 30.7. ... (3 replies)
... Were you aware that stress is one of the number one reasons for back pain? ... (2 replies)
"oh my achin back"
Aug 19, 2003
... S1 has a 4mm right paracentral disc protrusion causing effacement of the ventral aspect of the thecal sac and there is mild narrowing of the right lateal recess. neural foramina are patent. ... (1 replies)
New MRI Results
Jan 10, 2005
... pain from my left buttocks down my thigh and into my calf. There is often numbness and tingling into my toes. Sitting does NOT cause much problem, but standing for any amount of time does. ... (1 replies)


Associated Tags: leg pain, lower back pain, mri, physical therapy, sciatic nerves, spondylosis

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