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... My latest MRI said that I have spondylosis at the L5-S1. What does that mean? I have heard of several terms that sound similar to that, but am confused as to what it is. (20 replies)
... Hi all. In my neverending quest to figure out what the heck is wrong with me - I had an xray done yesterday on my coccyx (tailbone). It is long overdue as That particular pain began w/ birth of my first child (see signature). I had the xray done - 2 on my back, one on my left side. The girl came back in and I asked her "so, I know you're not allowed to tell me anything,... (9 replies)
... L5 diagnosis is lumbar spondylosis with myelopathy...... ... (22 replies)

... I'm scheduled for the both procedures mentioned in the title and I'm looking for some realistic recovery time and outcome. I'm 43 years old and have been in constant pain for 6months, walking for more then 20mins is unbearable, I can barely lift my feet and tend to suffle! This all just happened one day, I got out of bed and it felt like my spine was colapsing onto itself.... (22 replies)
... Sounds like an error somewhere since a Pars Defect is a fracture of the pars most often seen at L5 causing Spondylolysis which can lead to a slippage of the vertebrae known as Spondylolisthesis. ... (3 replies)
Severe spondylosis
Dec 25, 2007
... Butt cheek - especially the knot just to the right of the tailbone an inch or so - and down the back of the thigh to the outside of the calf is generally considered to be the domain of the L5/S1 nerve. But a lot of these nerves crisscross and sometimes it can be hard to tell what's causing what. It sounds just from what you say that your spondy - which I'm guessing is... (21 replies)
... Unless some new technique has been developed to treat spondylolisthesis that I am not aware of, fusion is the only procedure that addresses it. The article you mentioned does not refer to this condition, but rather to stenosis caused by spondylosis. (54 replies)
... ks for your input! I was thinking the same thing that there are possibly other forms of defects but I can't seem to find any online. I'm trying to find if it is Spondylosis causes defects since this is what the nurse said I had. I keep getting referred to Spondylolysis though which means fracture as far as I know... ... (3 replies)
... I had been using Tramadol (generic Ultram) for about 6 months, but quit using it...went through an absolutely horrid withdrawal, too. Now I take, ummm...nothing. lol I have grade 2 spondy and DDD at L5-S1 with bilateral pars defect. I used to have really bad sciatica due to severe spinal stenosis, too...but I managed to solve that problem with an inversion table. Now I... (2 replies)
... I have grade II L5/S1 Spondyolosis. I have tried many pain meds but nothing that truly helps. I've tried Celebrex, Naproxen, Mobic, Vicoprofin, Vicodin, Ultram, Percocet. The only combo that came close to giving me much relief was the Percocet and Mobic together. For those of you with Spondy, what pain meds have you found success with? How much relief are you getting? (2 replies)
Severe spondylosis
Dec 25, 2007
... Hey guy's , spondy here too. Like camperboy I had surgery to help it. I know what you mean , the pain the tired feeling in your back ect.. My surgeon did a laminectomy on my spine to , too take pressure off my nerve L5 Sounds like your trying everything possible to help yourself ...Unfortunatly I can't work either , I was hurt on the Job after 12 years they canned me... (21 replies)
... Rushnar I have a brouchure on it. It is called Dynesys. Dynamic Stabilization System. They are rods that are screwed into the vertebrae. My Dr. said he would do two levels the affected level which I believe is L4-L5 and the level above. He also said that there is a new device simalar that was just approved that allows more flexablity. This stablizes the pars. I have... (6 replies)
... i had a bulging disc l5-s1 and a discectomy before they discovered the pars. i was ok for like 5 weeeks now i have major muscular back pain. ortho surgeon thinks its from instability due to the pars. I never heard of the rods you mentioned, could you explain please? (6 replies)
... I am sorry you are hurting so. I saw your other post as well. I hope you get some relief soon. I went to my pm dr this week, and he wants to wait a bit before he does that procedure with me. I have sooooo many muscle spasms now and he is trying to get those to calm down. Then he will address the facets again. If that doesn't work, he will look at my torn L5-S1 again. Do... (20 replies)
... Grade 1 anterior Listhesis of L5 on S1 secondary to underlying Spondylolysis. this results in distortion and narrowing of the neural formina. ... (1 replies)
... disc space level ventral spondylosis is present. There is broad bulge of the disc effacing the thecal sac. ... (4 replies)
... Hello everyone I suffer FROM CHRONIC PAIN I have had A DISC BULGE AT L4-L5 S1 SINCE I WAS 18 yrs old. AFTER A HARD FALL , IV HAD DROP FOOT, SIATICA. I HAVE DONE AQUA Theripy, PT, HEAT/ICE/ MORE PT, spinal injections. nothing ever worked for long or at alll for that matter. I have also been to pain management a few times where i got the injections and a spinal he refered me... (0 replies)
... I suffer CHRONIC PAIN I HAVE HAD A DISC BULGE AT L4-L5 S1 SINCE I WAS 18 AFTER A HARD FALL IV HAD DROP FOOT, SIATICA. i HAVE DONE AQUA PT, HEAT/ICE/ MORE PT spinal injections. nothing ever worked for long. I have also been to pain management a few times where i got the injections and spinal he refered me to a neiro sergion three yrs ago but i got scared and just delt with it.... (0 replies)
MRI help?
Dec 14, 2014
... Hi, I am new to this. 55 year old female. I started having neck and back pain about two years ago and had xrays. Impression on cervical spine was : Limited scoliosis with curve reversal in the cervical spine toward C3-4, mild to moderate spondylosis C4-5, C 5-6, without bony encroachment concerns. The lumbar spine xray said mild to moderate mid lumbar gradual dextroscolosis... (4 replies)
... Hello, I am trying to understand this mri report from a couple of months ago so that I can understand better the mri report from an mri I had last friday... If anyone can help me I would greatly appreciate it.... Cervical Spine: Sagittal T1 and T2 stir weighted images were obtained as well as graded echo axial images. Normal marrow signal is identified in the cervical... (1 replies)


Associated Tags: bilateral pars defect, bilateral pars defects in l5, bulging disc, ddd, fusion, herniated, osteoarthritis, spondylolisthesis, spondylolysis, spondylosis

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