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Please HELP
Oct 28, 2012
... gradual thing. I had a desk job where I sat in a chair for 8 hours a day. I have already been though PT and that just seem to hurt me more! I had to push for the lumbar MRI. I think they should have done a full back and pelvis. ... (6 replies)
... Hi Dan. Welcome to the board. I'm sorry you are having back and spine issues at a young age and hope you will find some resolution soon. It is unfortunate that some spinal problems are not obvious. ... (6 replies)
... As you know, none of us has formal medical training, but are fellow spineys....who share knowledge and experience gained as a spine patient. ... (16 replies)

... Other than financial reasons, I cannot think of any reason why anyone should not get more than one opinion when dealing with spinal issues. The spine is a complex system and there is room for interpretation when looking at imaging and putting a patient through tests which are somewhat subjective in nature. ... (17 replies)
... rthritic changes are seen at this level. Associated diffuse disc degeneration with a broad based disc bulge which is paracentric to the left. The remander of the lumbar spine is normal." They are calling it a grade 1 spondy. ... (6 replies)
... I wonder if you have had a MRI of the lumbar spine that includes the sacral area? ... (3 replies)
... d to check for osteonecrosis, but it turned out I only had mild arthritis. My surgeon thought it was hip related, the hip doc thought after the tests that it was spine related. ... (7 replies)
... Have you see a spine specialist? ... (3 replies)
... I'm afraid some of the language in your MRI is unfamiliar to me. ... (2 replies)
... Of course I am not a doctor, but from my own research, it's probably unlikely that your symptoms are coming from the upper lumbar spine. You can also look up a dermatome map, which is a map of all the nerve roots in the body, and the paths that they travel. It's all mapped out. ... (5 replies)
... Welcome to the board. I am a fellow sufferer of lower lumbar issues and did a lot of research on si joint dysfunction and fusion after my first lumbar surgery when I still had lots of leg pain. I read through your post several times before answering because there is no obvious answer. ... (1 replies)
... Once you have had a fusion, your spine is altered forever. ... (22 replies)
... ccident back in 1999 which cuased a rotated pelvis that required many weeks of physical therapy. I have tried Chriopracters with limited results. I finaly had an MRI done and here are my results. Any help or info or insight would be appreciated. ... (0 replies)
... L3. The bulging disc at that level does not compromise the spinal canal. There is evidence of early degenerative arthritis in the facet joints of the lower lumbar spine. ... (11 replies)
... Have you had a MRI of your lumbar spine? ... (4 replies)
... renowned Barrows Neurological Institute. Prior to joining WRCBSS, Dr. Forage was the head of spine surgery at Loma Linda University, CA. ... (31 replies)
... You really should talk to your spine specialist about the pain and show them exactly where the pain is on your back. As you said you had a spine specialist, I assume they are either a neurosurgeon or orthosurgeon rather than neurologist who does no surgery. ... (2 replies)
... nt soft tissues. It is possible this represents a nondisplaced fracture. Slight ventral cortical defect is seen at the S3 level. Disc spaces are preserved in the lumbar spine. Conus terminates normally. No stenosis. ... (0 replies)
... nt soft tissues. It is possible this represents a nondisplaced fracture. Slight ventral cortical defect is seen at the S3 level. Disc spaces are preserved in the lumbar spine. Conus terminates normally. No stenosis. ... (8 replies)
... Hi- sounds like my exact situation. Still working through it and on Terterii66's advice I am getting a Flexion/ Extension x-Ray this week on Thursday. She is very knowledgable and has helped me find new direction. All of my radiology reports read like some of yours and there is nothing " unremarkable " about any parts of my MRIs/ Myleogram or CT scans. Right leg pain just... (19 replies)


Associated Tags: arthropathy facet, bertolotti's syndrome, lumbar fusion, sacroiliac dysfunction, spondylosis, stenosis

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