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... the front and back it has been a long ordeal just had the surgery on 20 jan 2010 and I am still having pain in my legs the disc may heal depending on how big the tear is I had a very large tear and it was the source of my pain good luck to you in making your decision I did see a ortho surgeon. ... (9 replies)
PostOp MRI...Help
Dec 10, 2007
... L5 with a posterior annular tear. ... (6 replies)
... Fluid density is identified posterior to the spinal canal esp. at the l5 level. ... (0 replies)

... There is a very mild broad based posterior annular bulge. ... (11 replies)
... S1 Facet Hypertrophy with ligamentum flavum thickening. Degenerative Disc Disease with dessication, posterior central annular tear with 4mm associated posterior central disc protrusion, moderate deforming the ventral aspect of the thecal sac.. ... (3 replies)
... But, since you don't know if you have a posterior tear or herniation of your disk, you can't know if the McKenzie exercises will work for you. ... (14 replies)
... S1. I had also been suffering from SI joint dysfunction, which has been successfully treated. All this time I had been thinking that the pain over the Posterior Superior Iliac Spine was from the SI joint problem, but the spine surgeon told me that pain from annular tear can radiate out to the PSIS. ... (4 replies)
... S1 there is disk dehydration. There is a posterior central annular tear. There is no canal stenosis or foraminal impingement. ... (16 replies)
... S1 with back pain only, no leg pain. My doctor recommended IDET because I had a tear but no herniation. ... (18 replies)
... broadbased disc buldge, right para foraminal bilateral annular tear. Bilateral facet joint hyperthropy noted. ... (2 replies)
... Can feel the pain originating from L5 disk in that spot. ... (2 replies)
... mm disc protrusion posterior with associated annular tear.. My left leg and buttocks burns almost all the time... My low back burns and aches but nothing like the rest... ... (1 replies)
... I'm sorry to hear about your problems and pain when you are so young. I also had an annular tear in a disc, and ended up with an IDET. ... (23 replies)
... I also just realized something today. Before I had the IDET, when the annular tear was really flaring, I found that keeping my lumbar spine in extension all the time really helped reduce the pain in the disc. ... (69 replies)
... If I had to do it over again, I would have tried to heal my annular tear with conservative methods. ... (8 replies)
... Bulging discs .... L1 through L5 are your lumbar vertebrae, and S1 is your sacrum. You have discs between each of the vertebrae, and they are named by the vertebrae that flank them, e.g. ... (1 replies)
Hey Telzey!
Jun 20, 2003
... Hi Christina! :wave: Sorry about being so slow to respond. Your pain sounds more severe than mine, but it may very well be facet joint pain, or maybe a bone problem as you suggest. I've had broken bones and they are excruciating! You can have pain in your bones even if they are not cracked, by the way. I used to have severe osteoporosis, and the bones in my right foot... (5 replies)
... Absolutely, an annular tear can heal by itself! It just takes a long time. ... (8 replies)
... IDET pain which was probably the annular tear. Unfortunately, it's worse and I am more limited in what I can do. ... (30 replies)
... I think the IDET did successfully seal my annular tear, but it also inflamed my disc so that it was more prone to prolapsing. ... (15 replies)


Associated Tags: annular tear, back pian, degenerative disc pain, l5-s1, sacrum, sciatica

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