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... L5. I had it exactly where you describe..from my low back, into my rear, down the side of my left leg, and into my ankle and foot. It was absolutely terrible pain so I really sympathize with you. ... (5 replies)
... or." You could have pain coming from both areas. ... (8 replies)
Back pain
Nov 26, 2013
... I am of the opinion that once that coccyx has been damaged, it can continue to become painful off and on throughout life. That may account for some o your sacral pain. Nothing on the MRI jumps out as being a cause for sacral pain. ... (9 replies)

... ves that connect with the spinal cord through nerve roots and travel to specific parts of the body. These are broken down into the cervical, thoracic, lumbar and sacral areas. Each pair of nerves innervates a particular part of the body. ... (19 replies)
... I'm seeing her because of the back pain and such but there might be an issue with my nervous system as well. ... (10 replies)
... sacral area that have the potential to cause pain in the locations you have mentioned. ... (16 replies)
... ell...So I'm not sure exactly what's going on. My s1 is a transitional vertebrae...Supposedly it's pinching some nerves causing my left leg to go numb and shoot pain down it. He told me something like it's acting like a lumbar vertebrae and it should be fused with the other sacral's, but since it's not, it causes slipping. ... (8 replies)
... level pain, with muscle spasms. ... (3 replies)
... are all trained to select and pinpoint muscle groups for testing and aiding. I suggest this as another way to somehow determine if your hip pain is related to your back pain....this is something you will need to take on yourself for yourself. ... (4 replies)
... undation and its structural mobility plays havoc in the upper back region, . Though there is zero public comprehension about the ramifications of disproportinate muscle leveraging in the pelvic frame, , I tend to advise some abdominal activation exercises first. ... (6 replies)
... I have been suffering now for over a year with increasing pain in my right lower back and piriformis muscle, radiating as sciatica pain down into my right foot. ... (6 replies)
... You want to accomplish this without causing sciatic pain...which I think is what you are doing. When you walk, it pulls on the piriformis muscle which is located running across the buttock from the sacral area over to an attachment by the hip. ... (28 replies)
... hat had a Lidoderm patch and thinks it's helping her a bit...granted she's older but it's definately something to look forward too! I'm certain that alot of the pain that I have is referred pain... ... (11 replies)
... I have been scheduled to see a shrink before I see a pain specialist for back pain that I have had for almost three years. It is not my spine, but my SI and a muscle. ... (9 replies)
... It's been 2 months I've been dealing with this annoying pain that I can in my low back, SI joints, butt and pelvis in general. It moves around a little bit, and feels dull and achy mostly. ... (2 replies)
... The lower lumbar and sacral spine are prone to misdiagnosis. Sacroiliac joint dysfunction causes symptoms that mimic those of a herniated lumbar disc. ... (6 replies)
... n mind that your radiologist that read your films is not a spinal specialist. My ortho spine surgeon used to kind of roll his eyes when I would tell him what my pain management doc had said...that I was unstable, or that all my problems were stemming from a certain segment. ... (8 replies)
... ges from the brain out to the rest of the body. Even though the spinal cord ends at L1 in most people, the spinal nerves continue on through the canal until the sacral area where they branch into two...with one big, fat sciatic nerve running down the back of each buttock into the leg. ... (10 replies)
... You know I havent heard or personally experienced groin pain that is connected to spine problems. But i guess it depends on what levels were fused and if any more levels are involved. ... (7 replies)
... aligned it. But the pain persists. ... (19 replies)




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