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... This all started about 3 years ago from working. I would be doing a lot of standing work at a golf course. At the end of a long day of standing and working I felt a twinge in my back. I don't even know if that's a word but it almost feels like a very thin fine line in my back that is being pinched in a way. ... (1 replies)
... What a help, I am going to write down what these things are, an ask my doctor about them, I would not take any print out with them as that isn't right. I will just ask him about these and see what he says. ... (8 replies)
... I apologize for the novel below, but I feel whoever reads this needs the entire story. ... (6 replies)

... I just had this surgery this past Monday and when I woke up on Tuesday morning I was miserable to find that I was like a bug sprayed with pesticide. I have to sleep on the couch because my low back is frozen in spasm. Nothing moving in there and it is an ordeal to get up and down. ... (0 replies)
... I had a very good day. As a matter of fact, I only too two Tylenols in the morning and that was it as far as meds. I am still having problems sleeping and depend on Tylenol PM to get some rest. ... (13 replies)
... hello, I had a accident like you did fireman. Did you have trouble sitting too? ... (22 replies)
... tion. There are several layers of large muscles that connect to the spine, go across the shoulder blades, around the torso and connect to the ribs. If they are in spasm, they will probably exhibit some of the symptoms you are reporting. ... (6 replies)
... If it's deep in the butt, it sounds like the sciatic nerve. I would grab my butt constantly thinking it was muscle and I could massage it out, press on that trigger point, but that made it worse plus it looked funny. ... (6 replies)
... I am in my 30's & i have had neck pain for 10 years. Recently had an MRI. these are the findings-- can anyone tell me what they understand of all this & maybe what is a good next step to control my pain. FINDINGS: There is reversal of lordosis in the mid cervical spine from C3 through C6. Vertebral body height is normal. Degenerative marrow signal changes are present... (1 replies)
... Six months ago I was struck in the head,left shoulder, and back with 500 lbs,knocking me down 12ft. ... (1 replies)
... I have major swelling in my sacroilliac region in my back which just gets worse with any activity. I fell about a month ago and have since been diagnosed with DDD. ... (5 replies)
... My nurse gave me a 2 week supply ,I'm sure when I need more they will help , they were also sorry I had to go through this , a little teary voice I think helped some. ... (65 replies)
... Hi. First of all, in my opinion, I wouldn't go the chiropractic route. ... (2 replies)
... when I paint, I lean on the left arm too. Well, it's a "stress" type injury to the muscles under that shoulder blade. The lump you feel may be a muscle in spasm. I had many of those all over my back, due to the pain under the shoulder blade. Took many months of PT to work out the hard lumps in the muscles. ... (1 replies)
... I am quite sure I have developed L'Hermitte's sign in the last 3 months. I've only learned of this 'sign' in the last 2 days. I have emailed my NS about this but I don't see him to talk about it until next Tuesday. It is a bit complicated... ... (5 replies)
... I have severe stenosis from all the mri's and xrays, and what the neurosurgeon and orthopedist say. I have a congenital narrow canal, and I have already had one laminectomy years ago. ... (7 replies)
... Welcome to wonderful world of scoliosis. I am a 42 yr old woman and have suffered with this since I was 13 yrs old. Wore a brace for awhile, but it only helped a little bit. I too have an S curve. ... (1 replies)
... I'm 54 years old. I'm active and enjoy many different activities. I keep my weight down through exercise and watching what I eat. ... (9 replies)
... No, but you do have "tingling" and that means a nerve is involved.And to have tingling in your arms, it has to be a nerve in the neck or at the lowest, T1 or 2. And that can cause the "tingling" down the entire body too. And up and down the spine and into the head. ... (17 replies)
... myoclonic spasm" is the name of the "falling throught the floor feeling" that sometimes happens to people as they fall asleep. They may have a startle reaction in response, in which they pop awake and try to "recapture" themselves. That happens to almost everyone some of the time, and is entirely benign as far as I know,. ... (25 replies)

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