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... I have been wondering if I can just lay down on the floor or on my bed to simulate swimming? ... (1 replies)
... S1 was almost bone on bone. I have a physical job which requires alot of walking. Before surgery any extreme physical work would throw my back into spasms. ... (9 replies)
... fusions were yrs ago. I will tell you what my surgeon told me before I made the fusion choice. He said, you back will never go back to normal, you will have some pain just from the surgery itself that may or may not go away and that is if everything goes well. ... (5 replies)

... S1 was almost bone on bone and very painful. i was never pro surgery and will always tell all to explore all non surgical possibilities. ... (21 replies)
... Its been awhile since I last posted to the board, so I thought I would update on everything.... ... (3 replies)
L5/S1 bone on bone
May 14, 2010
... my pain dr advised no surgery. ... (5 replies)
... S1 TLIF, and started experiencing pain in my left leg about 10 days post op. ... (28 replies)
... S1 LASER Discectomy and a Foraminotomy. Before the operation my disc had degenerated to the point where I was bone to bone. ... (3 replies)
... plus foraeminotomies on both sides was done to relieve pressure on the nerve roots. ... (3 replies)
... L5, 2 Hardware Failures, A failed fusion, and a broken pedical. Dr. Wohs has many, many online complaints. His pain management is absurd. He just passed the Bar Exam so he is now a lawyer at 62. ... (3 replies)
Mar 19, 2012
... what your pain is, I respond a 6. Evidently that doesn't trip any alarms for an Ortho. ... (10 replies)
L5/S1 bone on bone
May 14, 2010
... So, by taking flexion xrays it showed movement and the possibility of further slippage, even though they did begin to sacralize or fuse. I too was tired of the pain and didn't want further slippage since the nerve was already smashed. They did cut them apart and do the decompression, spacers, and fusion. ... (5 replies)
... so as the disc begins to lose moisture, it tends to flatten or "pancake." This brings the bones of the vertebrae closer together and can result in a bone on bone situation, which often causes the nerves to be pinched. ... (6 replies)
Afraid of Needles
Oct 22, 2003
... Hi all! Just getting back on this board, had alot of hot flashes and depression, think the shot is to blame... ... (27 replies)
... back pain that would come on unexpectadly at any time of the day. I wasn't in pain all the time but eventually I was fearful of walking because I never knew when I would litterly let out a scream. ... (24 replies)
Now What???
Jan 9, 2005
... chance of needing surgery on it later. ... (6 replies)
... S1 disc and I have been bone on bone for quite some time. ... (13 replies)
... It seems I am "bone on bone" between L5 and S1! ... (3 replies)
... issue from the typical herniation is the potential of the disc fragment...but I don't believe that changes how you would approach treatment or even your thinking on whether you should have surgery. ... (4 replies)
... L5 on 12 Feb. 07. ... (17 replies)

Associated Tags: back popping, i am 34 years old and female.

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