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... The intervertebral disc is a cushion between the harder, bony vertebrae. ... (2 replies)
... I have been enduring severe pain in my left side near my waist, radiating across my back for 6 weeks. It is tolerable during the day, more noticable if I take a deep breath. But ten times worse when I am lying down and I attempt to move at all in any direction. When I first get up in the morning, I am in terrible pain. ... (0 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. ... (2 replies)

... lateral mid and low back, hip and leg pain. I recently saw a podiatrist who said my heel pain is probably related to my lower back. ... (4 replies)
... I hope you don't mind if I jump in here. As usual, I am a little late reading this topic... but I just read through the whole thing with interest because my PT thinks my current problem is facet joint related. ... (30 replies)
... I know exactly what you mean about being exhausted with the continuous pain. And it's a horrible feeling having to worry about whether there will be any permanent nerve damage while waiting. ... (5 replies)
... I've had very bad pain there and a bone in between my shoulder blades is sore to touch, like someone has hit me with a hammer, what causes this back bone to be so sore,along with the center back pain? ... (2 replies)
MRI results
May 15, 2013
... I'm not sure about the lumbar question but I was referred by my primary care physician. After reading the MRI results my doctor suggested I go to a neurologist for further tests. The reason this all started with the referrals? ... (4 replies)
... I presume you had a recent MRI or CT scan and that it didn't show any degeneration at the level below your fusion? ... (2 replies)
... excuse for this type of treatment. And it seems like the state of Florida has more than its fair share of unbelievable stories, but I readily admit that may be a personal bias. ... (5 replies)
... I went back and read through your first posts because I couldn't remember what your "issues" were. Do you have the results from your lumbar MRI, and did you post them here? ... (4 replies)
... I guess this is why I am not to eager to let her perform a lumbar puncture. ... (4 replies)
... Hi everyone. Let me just say I have been reading these boards for a while and knew one day I would be posting like this. I have a DDD probably caused by too much gymnastics and weight lifting in college. Well this weekend I was helping my wife move something and it finally snapped. ... (3 replies)
... Hello and welcome to the board. I am not really good at reading MRI's because I am not a doctor. But it sounds like you have spinal stenosis definitely going on, bulging discs, disc hernitations, etc. ... (11 replies)
Any ideas
Jan 13, 2006
... I have a younger sister that also has back problems but hers are more severe. She has a disc herniation in here cervical spine, several in her upper back and another in her lumbar spine. ... (3 replies)
... It looks as if yes, there were two different people reading the MRIs. Unfortunately, some of what they view is open to interpretation. ... (4 replies)
Hello Tomorrow
Dec 16, 2004
... I haven't heard back from you, so I am praying that everything is okay. When you do get a chance please respond and let me know how you are recovering. ... (9 replies)
... sounds like you have some bulging discs,they can be very painfull,trust me,i have quite a few myself in my lumbar spine.i tried to post a link to a site that has mri reading diagrams and explanations but this board wont post the name of the site.odd.anyway ill try one more time ,you put the w's and the . ... (6 replies)
... from ground level to loading dock level and knew instantly I should not have done that. The pain started to radiate down the front left leg to the ankle within a few days. The leg pain would come and go and I would have good days and bad days. ... (14 replies)
... I am sorry you are still in pain post fusion surgery. For others reading this thread who do not know what "failed back surgery syndrome" is, it is not a real syndrome but is a term used to describe a situation where a patient remains in pain or continues to have the same symptoms she had prior to surgery. ... (2 replies)

Associated Tags: back pain, fusion, leg pain, lower back pain, lumbar, mri, mri report interpretation, mri results, physical therapy, thoracic

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