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... Welcome to the board. As I'm sure you know, none of us are trained medical professionals, just fellow spineys. Whatever you read on this board is the opinion of a member, based on his or her personal experiences. ... (1 replies)
... I had the results of a lumbar spine MRI read to me by my orthopaedist's admin assistant. I'm grateful that she did but I could really use some help understanding the results. ... (0 replies)
... Its funny - but no the MRI made no mention of the Disc deterioration at L4 as the x-ray did. And on top of the confusing and somewhat contradictory statements in the MRI - it actually is even talking about a different location. Everything up till this report indicated my problems were at L4-L5 and this is talking L4-S1 - Never has S1 been involved. I'm at a loss - and I... (5 replies)

... My primary care dr said the only thing on the MRI to worry about is the bulging disks and sent me back to PT. Which is fine...however, after I spoke with my Dr. ... (3 replies)
... These are the joints on the side of your vertebrae. I do not know about the first item listed on your MRI. You certainly have evidence on your MRI of things that could be causing your pain. I would ask your doctor where he thinks the pain is coming from, and what is his plan? ... (3 replies)
... I don't see my doctor for nother 2 weeks... I had an MRI because I have low back pain radiating down my right leg into my knee. I have increased reflex on my right leg and decreased on my left. ... (3 replies)
MRI Lumbar spine
Jul 24, 2013
... Can you help me read my MRI L3 L4 mild bulging L4 L5 there is mild facet hypertophy. There is left foraminal and lateral disk herniation contacting the exiting nerve root L5 S1 there is mild bulge with foraminal stenosis Mild foraminal stenosis bilaterally L5 S1 Greater narrowing on the left at L4 L5 likely a small disk herniation (9 replies)
... and by PT I mean someone who has more than a 4 year college degree, and not a "sports therapist." You want someone who really grasps the spine and knows how to strengthen without hurting discs or soft tissue. ... (6 replies)
... hing out there. I have a stuttering problem and seem to lose track of wht Im saying as im saying it as well as slurring, but that a whole other issue as you will read in this letter. please SOMEONE TELL ME IM NOT NUTS and that these results mean something? ... (2 replies)
... I would like to define a few terms. You will notice that in both the lumbar spine and more so in the cervical spine stenosis is an issue. Stenosis is one common thing that causes the radiating pain those of us with back problems contend with. ... (18 replies)
... scle spasms, but your radiology report has nothing to do with muscle spasms. What is described in the report are degenerative changes that have occurred in your lumbar spine. ... (10 replies)
... ion. The pain is unbearable when I get it and I just have to sit or, preferably lie down as it is just so bad. My pain when I get my monthly is a deep ache in my lumbar spine and very severe pain in my legs and buttock area, both of them. ... (7 replies)
... uple thoughts on your posts, and they are somewhat random. First, it sounds like you need a different screen name as I would be surprised if there isn't another spine surgery in your future. ... (3 replies)
Lumbar stenosis
Feb 28, 2013
... As you read comments on this board, keep in mind we do not have formal medical training, but participate as fellow back sufferers to share information and experience. ... (1 replies)
... Below is my MRI report for LS SPINE ,Kindly read this report and advise me if there is any danger? ... (1 replies)
... First, with degenerative changes in your lumbar area, it is possible that you also have things going on in other areas that are asymptomatic. ... (1 replies)
... As I have said repeatedly, members do not have medical training, so keep that in mind as you read anything on a forum such as this. ... (1 replies)
... Yes, I have a suggestion. Make an appointment immediately to see a spine specialist. ... (21 replies)
... I was sent to a department called Occupational Therapy, where the doctor decided to do an MRI of my full spine, minus my neck. The results showed no spinal stenosis so I was sent to a Vascular Surgeon to look for claudication. ... (6 replies)
... ring for such a long time with various back problems. Before I finished reading your post, I was going to suggest that you seek another opinion from a different spine specialist. Then I read you were in the process of moving, so now it is a necessity. ... (3 replies)

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