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... ing, walking bending too much causes pain and more problems. The pain that came on is a sharp pain center of back that spreads out to my hips. Last time I had an MRI and doctor said no fracture, etc. ... (7 replies)
... you have, etc. The neurosurgeon could tell you this by examine your MRI! Basically a neurosurgeon who does spine work and an orthopedic spine surgeon have similar training and should be able to diagnose and treat you! I personally prefer the ortho spine doc...but, that is a personal preference!! ... (24 replies)
... I brought the radiology reports to therapy and the therapist read them all, he took the time to go over things and address concerns. He copied them for my file there. and found it odd that the Dr didn't tell me any of it. ... (24 replies)

... I"m having a MRI done Wednesday to "rule out" MS. I'm a 25 year old female. ... (1 replies)
... Its been a while since ive read MRI reports. But first of all degenerative means something that occurs over time as in contrast something caused by an accident. ... (1 replies)
... I recently tried to read an MRI report that the doctor only said "Your back is really messed up by this report." He never explained in lay mans terms what is actually wrong. ... (7 replies)
... Hey, all I have a very dear friend who's 79 year old father has had hip and leg pain. Finally went to get an MRI - report (paraphrase) reads like this: 1) Grade 3 freeley extruded disk herniation on the left L4/5 2) Mild facet joint hypertrophy resulting in... (10 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)
... fellowship trained spine orthopedics too. ... (1 replies)
... I had also seen my regular doctor who described the thigh discoloration as looking like some sort of "livedo" and agreed that inquiring about doing an MRI of the whole spine was a good idea. ... (4 replies)
... This back stuff... I have alot of pain in the hip... I thought but doctor wanted a MRI and to find out it is the back.... I get numbness in the leg, pain in the hip and leg all the time.... I have never been in an accident at all just this fall.... ... (4 replies)
... I suspect that your spine took a great deal of abuse when you were deployed and your MRI is reflecting the results of that stress and strain. ... (10 replies)
... The MRI is but one piece of the puzzle...and none of us on here are doctors, so please take that into consideration as you read on the board. ... (2 replies)
... ning that I'd consider one next time I see him. I will only find out if my pain is related to the discs or to something else entirely if I have a discogram as an MRI will not show where the pain is coming from as it only images the spine. ... (10 replies)
... e difference between things likely to causes symptoms and not can be subtle. You can get a pretty good idea of if there is anything wrong or not by "reading" the MRI yourself. If you look up how to read an MRI of the cervical spine you should get where you want to be. ... (1 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)
... What kind of route would you expect a spine doctor to take with this? ... (12 replies)
... ment. Your post provides a bit of a dilemma we all face when trying to locate a specialist. I just spent about on hour online researching this doctor and other spine specialists in your area, and I am reluctant to say anything. Due to posting rules, we cannot post links to other websites, etc. so I speak in generalities... ... (5 replies)
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Mar 23, 2013
... Was the orthopedic doctor you consulted with an orthopedic spine surgeon or more of an orthopedic generalist? ... (9 replies)


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