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What to do next
Feb 4, 2003
... You are in good hands with Telzey, Baxter and MaryAnne. My hunch is you have disk involvement in 2 regions of your back. Your lumbar and your thoracic. ... (16 replies)
... I am new to this board and looking for some help in understanding my MRI report. I have an appointment with my Dr. late Monday afternoon but in the mean time would like to be able to understand this report. ... (3 replies)
... You don't know what you are talking about"...that was the last time I saw him. My next doctor ordered an MRI immediately and I got the films in 10 minutes! ... (20 replies)

... S1 sounds like mine and turns out it was a herniated disk. You might want to think about the cages. ... (8 replies)
... invasive back procedure out there today for contained herniations. If he has any tears, the IDET is the only procedure period. ... (12 replies)
... AmbrMF....if crouching and bending spells relief for your back then getting an Exercise or Swiss Ball may bring you lots of relief. Maybe traction therapy. ... (10 replies)
... with kamden. Stop the workouts and go to your doctor. Your body is SCREAMING to you it is broken and to please fix it. ... (2 replies)
Surgeon said "No"
Jan 28, 2003
... level fusion was my only other course of action. ... (3 replies)
Sciatic pain?
Jan 5, 2003
... Please see the posting I just did for Raven4. ... (9 replies)
... Disks are a funny thing...they don't get blood, they are not made of bone, and there are actually 4 quadrants that make up a disk. ... (12 replies)
Nucleoplasty ???
Jan 2, 2003
... Or is getting UP from the bend a problem? ... (3 replies)
... There are a couple of names for these injections. There is the "spinal epidural" which should be done under a fluoroscope with you on your side in a certain position. ... (7 replies)
... during the first suggested surgery. ... (0 replies)
... If the pain goes to the top of the foot... ... (14 replies)
... Add my name along with all the rest. Get the MRI. Whatever it takes to get this fixed. I also believe you either have a tear or a herniated disk. ... (8 replies)
... then heat it up at a lesser degree than they do with the IDET. ... (4 replies)
... Basically, you are doing the job of a chiropractor... sort of. The chiro has training on how to manipulate the disks, and you only go by what "feels good". ... (1 replies)
... I am curious said the doctor said the IDET was not an option for you because your herniations were too big. My understanding is the IDET is "strictly" for tears, rips and fissures. The nucleoplasty is "strictly" for contained herniated disks. ... (16 replies)
May 6, 2003
... I hope you read this very, very carefully....because what you decide to do out of choice, and what you decide to do out of necessity are completely up to you. ... (8 replies)
... one element you will have to deal with. If your pain is not the same during the test, then you can rule out the piriformis. ... (3 replies)

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