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... The sacral nerves innervate the skeletal muscles in the perineum, the external urethral sphincter, the external anal sphincter, levator ani. ... (1 replies)
... Hi I have severe pain in the ball of my left foot and the pain goes into my calf. I have pain throughout the whole leg but in these areas are the most severe. My sacral nerves were damaged too. Talk to your doctor or get a second opinion. that is what I did and no other surgeon said surgery. ... (8 replies)
... Spine MD then asked ME where I wanted to try next. ESI or sacral injection to find the source of my pain. I did not go back. ... (15 replies)

... First, I am sorry that you are having to suffer all that pain, and I know exactly how you feel, though I am only 40. My problems first started at around age 33 or 34. ... (9 replies)
... One very general observation about the spinal nerves is that while damage to cervical and thoracic nerves can cause leg pain, lumbar and sacral nerves cannot innervate areas above the waist. ... (1 replies)
... ioned. It all depends on the extent of the stenosis and how much nerve compression there is. If the stenosis is severe, the only way to make more space for the nerves is through a surgical decompression. Unfortunately, DDD and stenosis are not issues that will get better as time goes by. ... (10 replies)
... The thing about facet joint problems is that it mimics disc herniation symptoms, and is very unpredictable as to when it will flare up and what will set it off. ... (5 replies)
Back problems
Apr 22, 2018
... vertebrae in the cervical region, 12 in the thoracic region, 5 in the lumbar region, 5 in the sacral region and 4 in the coccygeal region. ... (1 replies)
... he arm and into the fingers. I know there are some good charts out there that show exactly where you "feel" each nerve. The same goes for thoracic, lumbar and sacral nerves. ... (3 replies)
Mri analysis
Jun 15, 2012
... Welcome to the board. It appears from the radiology report that you have two distinct problems in your spine. Surgeons usually focus on the one that has the most potential to cause additional problems first. ... (2 replies)
... in the central canal, and in the foramen. These are sometimes referred to as neuroforaminal openings and they are the openings through which the spinal nerves must past as they exit the spine and go out into the body. ... (1 replies)
... all worse on the right. Now it is to the point where I cannot sit, stand, walk, for very long, and I have perineal spasms that come on when I lie flat against sacral area or sit too long. ... (9 replies)
... so want to make an appointment with an orthopedic spine surgeon for a "second" opinion. Their training is similar to a neurosurgeon, but sometimes they approach problems differently. You have a problem that is less common than some, and you will want to confirm whatever the first surgeon suggests to you. ... (1 replies)
... an MRI with and without contrast and told me the one with contrast was the important one where he could see my tethered cord and arach better. Though I had other problems like disc protrusions and stenosis and a small spondylolisthesis he recommended no surgery because I had very advanced arach. ... (40 replies)
Large Tarlov cysts
Sep 28, 2014
... tarlov cysts can be found in all levels of spine but most often in sacral nerve roots. ... (11 replies)
... rtebra, referred to as LSTVs, are congenital spinal anomalies defined as either sacralization of the lowest lumbar segment or lumbarization of the most superior sacral segment of the spine. In layman's language this means you have an additional vertebra...it may be slightly attached to the L5 or S1 vertebra. ... (3 replies)
... and is an opening that allows the spinal nerves to exit the spine out to the limbs and other parts of the body. ... (2 replies)
... Wow, we are very close together in geography and symptoms it seems. I'm in Crowley, LA. I went to Dr. Deareajo in Lafayette, who is a neurosurgeon, and had a foraminatomy performed on my L-4/L-5 area back in June. I'm still having some recovery issues and am scheduled to have a SI joint injection on Sept. 6th. I hope that works, since I seem to be having more issues now... (9 replies)
... are separated by a soft cushion, the intervertebral disc. The problem disc in your case is located near the bottom of the spinal column between the Lumbar 5 and Sacral 1 vertebra. ... (5 replies)
... d the sensations run down a particular path that is called a "dermatome." You can look online for a "dermatome map" and you will see the path that the L4 and L5 nerves cover... ... (19 replies)


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