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... I mentioned my tailbone hurting as well, and he suspected that was the problem and that i needed to see an orthopedic. so i went back to PC and they ordered an MRI on the pelvic area. It showed a few issues. ... (6 replies)
... rays yes. I've had several MRI's, including a sitting MRI. ... (36 replies)
... instrumentation, and the disc was left in... which makes me wonder if that disc is still causing a problem, as it was reported on that sitting MRI which our doctors seem to think is quack technology. ... (36 replies)

... Getting the MRI where the current spine surgeon has some control is a great idea. There is a great deal of variance from place to place. ... (5 replies)
... He did look at the sitting MRI. There was one point where he got real close to look at the pictures and asked if I had any problems with my right side. But no I havent only my left... ... (23 replies)
... Now for diagnosis purposes, not for pain, I am going to get a nerve block. Has this helped anyone diagnose their pain problems? ... (3 replies)
... ong. 6 months later, though, I was hit with severe left sided sciatica, which was mostly due to scar tissue and stuck tissue in the lateral recess at L5. I got a nerve block, which helped my pain. ... (15 replies)
... out and felt what I can best describ as "grape being squished" between my disc. After several days of excruciating pain, I made it to my doctor and had a second MRI done. ... (8 replies)
... Welcome to the board. There is good news, and, bad news....Good news is that MRI report seems to support and explain the symptoms you are experiencing. Bad news is that there are a couple problems causing the symptoms. ... (2 replies)
... After reading your MRI report, I went back and noticed your "pain profile." There is nothing obvious on the MRI report to explain the radiating pain down the legs. ... (6 replies)
... I described the pain as starting from the buttocks wrapping to the side, then wrapped around to the front thigh, down to my knee. I could not lift it standing sitting or laying down. Walking was a careful hobble. Very diffuclt and akward as I endured the pain and huge task and effort. ... (4 replies)
... accomadate them . so now i am on medical leave. Basically I am not allowed to lift anything greater than 10lbs, no bending, sharp turns ,squatting, kneeling, no sitting or standing longer than an hour. i work in a hospital as a cert. nurse assistant. so that pretty much right there puts a huge damper on my career. ... (8 replies)
... I've had a problem once in awhile in the past where after I sit down I would get this pain in the lower back near the top of the pelvis that feels like it's a nerve pain that is literally throbbing with my pulse. ... (16 replies)
... a sitting MRI. I wish that was an option for me. Very cool. I'm curious to see what they say. ... (15 replies)
... r told me I would be back doing what I was doing before and I aint even close. Walk all the time, try core stuff and a few days later back kills me. Back hurts sitting at a basketball game watching or in car rides even if I stand up every 15 minutes or so. I was wondering if anyone has ever had an MRI sitting? ... (9 replies)
... S1. The last herniation was the largest my surgeon had seen in his career. As a result of this large herniation, I am told my pain is permanent nerve damage. I have radiating pain from my lower back into my buttocks and right leg. I have had MRI's, CT Scans, you name it. ... (6 replies)
... Hi there, Sounds like stenosis to me too. Please see a spine specialist. In my case, the XRay, MRI and CT scans didn't really show anything dramatic either - at least to the non-specialists...the radiologists interpret the images, the GPs just read the reports. I know the system makes you go through all the hoops (Xray, CT, MRI) first but I've just wasted 5mths of my,... (8 replies)
... and thinning, but there isn't any nerve compression seen. ... (10 replies)
... I agree... to me it doesn't make sense to think that you're going to spot the problem of pain when sitting when you're lying down getting an MRI. So last year I discovered such a thing as an upright MRI, which can be done in a standing or SITTING position. ... (36 replies)
Sciatic nerve
Sep 6, 2004
... L5 and compressing the sciatic nerve. Without further tests, it's hard to tell if it's just arthritis. He would need an MRI at least to detect a bulging or torn disk, which could cause sciatica by pinching the nerve. ... (8 replies)


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