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Doctor doubletalk
Feb 20, 2009
... lexity of the cervical anatomy and its wide range of motion make this spinal segment susceptible to disorders associated with degenerative change. Neck pain from spondylosis is common. ... (1 replies)
... Hi Everyone, I am new to this community. I am a 41 year old male with on and off back pain for 22 years. Over the past year I have been getting pins and needles down the back of my butt, outsides of my upper legs all the way down to the middle of my feet. Exactly one month ago I bent over to pick up my daughters toy and felt a crunch in my back. I went to the doctor and they... (38 replies)

... Hi all, as you can tell from the title I am looking for a little help decrypting my recent lumbar MRI. Some background first, I am a 26 year old male and have been healthy all my life. I ended up hurting my back while doing some jump squats getting in shape to join the military. I injured it in September. The day I injured it, it was just a pain in my lower back. The next... (4 replies)
... I posted earlier today, but failed to ask for a recommendation of a Dr. in Sacramento, Ca. I have been refered to Dr. Christopher Neubuerger. Has anyone had surgery from him? I can't get into him for at least 3 weeks. I want to get a second opionion while waiting to get into Dr. Neubuerger. Suggestions. Thank you in advance for your time! On January 4th of this... (0 replies)
... Will attempt to give you some info, but realize I am not a medical professional - just someone who has gone through 8 spine surgeries and have many things wrong with my back. However, I can say that you don't have as many or as severe deterioration notes as on my tests, so hopefully once you find the right spine specialist and they explain things more fully, maybe you will be... (25 replies)
... esiccation with anterior spondylosis. right paracentral protrusion with annular ren and mild facet arthropathy results in gentle abutment of the descending right l5 nerve root. ... (25 replies)
Back Problems
Feb 2, 2004
... Moderate stenosis of L foramen and R loss of disc space height, degenerative spondylosis and mild facet hypertrophy. I was given a choice of microscopic laminectomy or lumbar fusion. I opted for the microscopic because of the recovery period. ... (21 replies)
... My MRI reads coronal image demonstrates lumbar levoscoliosis. L1-2 loss of disc height & hydration w/posterior central herniated nucleus pulposus effacing ventral epidural fat & indenting anterior thecal sac. L2-3 loss of disc heuight & hydration w/disc bulge & spondylosis, combination w/hypertrophy of facets & ligamentum flavum indenting thecal sac & narrowing neural... (7 replies)
... Hi everyone!! I haven't posted here for awhile ... but I have been keeping up and still reading these boards. I have a question for any of you. Has anyone here ever done "McKenzie Therapy for their lower back problems? If so, how is it and did it work for you?? I have been having lower back problems for the past few years. Have seen quite a few Neurosurgeons ... and... (3 replies)
... disc spondylosis and facet hypertrophic changes. ... (25 replies)
MRI help?
Dec 15, 2014
... protrusion, which is like a small bone spur. This and the curve of the spine are putting some pressure on the spinal nerves at this level, the S1 nerve and the L5 nerve primarily on the right side. It is this nerve compression that is most likely responsible for the symptoms in your right leg and foot. ... (4 replies)
... cervical spondylosis noted. ... (0 replies)
... I believe the poster has spondylosis confused with a similar word, spondylolisthesis, which is a situation that can signify instability. ... (4 replies)
... I recently had an MRI to see what was causing the pain in my lower back. Here are the findings...I am very confused by them, and I cannot seem to get my doctor to call me back to explain how I should proceed. T11-12Minimal spondylosis T12-L1 - Normal L1-2 - Normal L2-3 - Normal L3-4 - 1 mm bulge but no disc narrowing or desiccation. Mild facet disease L4-5 - 3 mm... (1 replies)
Doctor doubletalk
Mar 26, 2008
... No significant spondylosis or stenosis. Subcentimeter subchondral cyst present at the anterolateral margins of the bilateral facets. ... (8 replies)
Newbie Here
Mar 20, 2007
... I have been reading this board for a few months now and figured it was time for me to jump in. :) My story so far is : Nov 15, 2005 woke up and couldn't get out of bed from back pain. After a few hours I managed to get up but couln't stand up. Thought maybe I had over done it at work or maybe strained myself repairing from hurricane damage?! Anyway, I went to an urgent care... (2 replies)
... A coupLe of things from the original post about J---De' pain that caught my attention that might be related or the reason for the pain. Walked on the treadmil, vaccumned and did TWO floors last night' Sounds like a recepie for A run with sciatica! I've had those problems off amd on for a long time.....I do have low back prolems L4-L5 torn annulus, bone spurs, L5-S1... (16 replies)
... my history: I was always active growing up. I started cheerleading when I was 14 and finished when I was 21. I was a big jumper and was the main lifter. After that, and after two years of college I went to work for a rehab hospital as a rehab nursing tech (aide). I was on my feet a lot, working 8-12 hours a day, five days a week. I did a lot of lifting, pushing, bending,... (4 replies)
... I just got my second lumbar MRI results and it is 2 pages long. That can't be good. I am not sure what it means. Can anyone out there help? I will share part of it with you, but will spare you of the whole thing. "From the level of T12-L1 to the level of L2-3, there is abnormality. At the level of L3-4 there is mild to moderate facet degenerative changes. At the... (0 replies)

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