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... For someone who has no insurance in the USA I'm not aware of any way to get a free MRI. However if someone is of limited income and resources then it's possible to be a candidate for MedicAid. ... (3 replies)
... end and as pain free as possible. ... (25 replies)
... fusion in 2004 and then was in a motercycle acident after that. i live in pain and drs dont get it hydrocodone does nothing laying in a fetal position works and wastes my time i want to do stuff. ... (3 replies)

... some point I moved enough to get the attention of the nurse and they asked me how I felt and at that point I said fine just really groggy and I said I was trying to move my right foot and wanted to know if it was moving because I could not raise my head and focus clearly to know. ... (17 replies)
... only getting up to go to the bathroom...and that takes about 20 minutes by the time I get there and back to the couch again. ... (5 replies)
Mmi rating
Feb 11, 2010
... know how to get an mri free i have no health ins and am in constant pain and need current proof to get ssi i can hardly work im in pain from the base of my skull to my toes i just want a clear pic of my back and hip to show the bad discs and the extent of the ostio arthritus that is cutting into my spine. ... (5 replies)
What to do next???
Feb 22, 2006
... This is what I did, I got out my insurance book and started calling specialists. I tried every therapy possible. I followed every thing that they told me to do and then some. ... (2 replies)
... Thanks to all of you who answered and with some very good advice. I must say they made me cry knowing there are others who have gone through similiar things. ... (4 replies)
... You can read my previous post to learn about my back pain, but I finally decided to go see a specialist. Since I wanted to keep my options open, I booked a chiropractor and a neurosurgery spine specialist. ... (5 replies)
... pelvis. Your pelvis is fine, according to the report. ... (6 replies)
... The MRI report indicates the reasons why you are scheduled to have a fusion. ... (2 replies)
... standing MRI is sometimes called a "positional" we are talking about the same thing. I went to one surgeon at U of Chicago and he wouldn't even take a look at that MRI. ... (36 replies)
... I even got the radiologist report and a disc copy of my MRI for free. ... (2 replies)
... and Tramadol, which my previous docs and I found kept me pretty normal and functional except for the post dinner aches and pains that just become unavoidable to people like us. He gave me 5 refills of each, and quite a few each time, so I'm stocked up. ... (11 replies)
... You really need to make an appointment with a spine specialist ASAP!! How old is this MRI? ... (1 replies)
... Going by your report, I agree that at this point, I wouldn't consider surgery. However, keep in mind that an MRI does not always give a full picture. I would get another opinion and then I think I would ask for a myelogram to be done. ... (3 replies)
... thank you for taking so much time to address my question. I am at almost 14 months now. According to my first MRI there is no compression on the spinal chord. ... (6 replies)
MRI Questions
Aug 3, 2018
... Thank you so much for your explanation and the time it took for you to write it. I have looked at the dermatome map. ... (8 replies)
... Sorry it took me so long to look at these replies, but I thought I would address one and give an update. ... (6 replies)
... Im sorry. You apparently completely misunderstood my post. It was not meant to upset you at all. ... (8 replies)

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