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... good way to be diagnosed, but sometimes self diagnosis is necessary.....what I have determined based on all I have been through is that the tumor did cause some nerve damage in the S1 nerve root....that in turn caused some muscle wasting in my hip ...maybe the medius gluteus, based on the location..... ... (34 replies)
... and I should be fine. On my post op visit I mentioned to him about the piriformis and SI joint, and he is one of the many surgeons who do not put much stock in the above. He told me I have pain that is to be expected and should resolve. ... (2 replies)
... decompression of the S1 nerve root. ... (9 replies)

... I used to hang out here a lot and check back in occasionally, but when I saw your post I had to reply. I had similar pain and all the doctors felt it was the SI joint. ... (5 replies)
... At my last appointment a month ago the orthopedic doctor suggested a nerve root injection, which I'm now on a waiting list for. ... (11 replies)
... Rick, don't make the mistake I made in thinking it was all in my SI joint for over a year because a PT told me it was....after having a tumor removed from the S1 nerve root, my right hip muscle was damaged due to nerve damage....therefore, the pain that I thought was the SI has turned out to be muscular pain..... ... (22 replies)
... S1 nerve root. I don't think there has to be visible nerve compression for there to be nerve irritation...but the fact that you are numb, and have radiculopathy indicates some nerve involvement, somehow!! ... (2 replies)
... S1 disc bulge with nerve root impingement and both my Sacroiliac Joints are a mess. She wants to start with the SI injections first to see if it relieves any of my excruciating leg pain since the ESI in my lumbar spine did NOTHING. ... (4 replies)
... Last week I had Facet Injections and Nerve Root blocks on both sides at the L5-S1 level. I have a buldged (not herniated, not pinching nerves to leg) disk due to DDD. I would call the injections a sucess so far as I am not having nearly the pain I was before. I had L4-L5, L5-S1 facet injections before and I felt so much better that I ended up straining a muscle during a... (3 replies)
... If these do not work, the doc suggested injections at S1 nerve root or piriformis or SI joint before going on to the dreaded discogram. ... (19 replies)
L5 S1 nerve damage
Sep 25, 2007
... I have been complaining since day one that I also believed that I had a problem with my SI joint but always got the wait and see attitude, now that the back has been fixed I am feeling it more and more, why won't the doctor listen? ... (13 replies)
... Yes, the nerve root irritation from the bulging disc causes muscle spasm in the paraspinal muscles, which straightens the normal lordotic curve of lumbar spine, seen from the side. ... (4 replies)
... S1 measuring about 1.4 cm at its base and 5 mm in depth. It impinges on the thecal sac in the left. It also probably impinges on the left S1 nerve root. There is mild disc degeneration at the other levels with no disc space narrowing and no focal disc protrusion. ... (14 replies)
... which to me makes no sense as no MRI Tech can make so many errors on an MRI report and be that dead wrong. My neuro diagnosed the pain as Inflammation in the SI Joint yet after researching it myself I do not match the symtoms. ... (17 replies)
... couldn't tolerate sitting at all due to severe SI joint pain and left leg sciatica when I would try to sit. I kept at it trying to push the doctors and getting 2nd and 3rd opinions about what was wrong. ... (5 replies)
... It can be caused by a number of things, but mine was caused by scar tissue, specifically scar tissue impinging on the nerve root. This diagnosis means that you have had a fusion and or lami. and your outcome was either the same, or worse. ... (26 replies)
... S1, which produces mild to moderate acquired central canal stenosis, and abuts and dorsally displaces the traversing right S1 nerve root in the lateral recess. ... (19 replies)
... one into the facet joint so that it bathed the sciatic nerve, one into the soft tissue, one into the SI joint. ... (6 replies)
... The tumor I had was a schwannoma, it was located in the S1 nerve root. ... (10 replies)
... Then things began to change quickly. My dull ache came back and I had alot of swelling around my SI joints. I now am going to pain try to figure out what is going on. ... (1 replies)

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