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... and lumbar spinal stenosis. ... (12 replies)
... I am 34 years old and was diagnosed with lumbar spinal stenosis in January of this year. ... (12 replies)

... My daughter was diagnosed with spinal stenosis in Feb. '05 at the age of 15. She also had grade II spondylolisthesis and mild scoliosis. She was born with all of these conditions. ... (12 replies)
... e worse. Just over a year ago her dr said he thought it was time for surgery. I totally paniced. After her mri in Jan it was found that she was also born with spinal stenosis. Another panic. These conditions together are rare in children. ... (10 replies)
... I've had chronic and increasing pain in my lower back, buttocks and legs for a year now and I just got diagnosed with lumbar spinal stenosis via MRI at the age of 30. I can barely walk 10 minutes before I have to sit and rest to get the pain and numbness to stop in my legs. ... (3 replies)
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... minutes at a time. ... (2 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)
... or who carries the gene, gets the disease. The good news about Scoliosis is that its very rare and often needs little management. Only five in 1,000 kids have a spinal deformity and of those, only one in a thousand needs a brace and one in 4,000 needs an operation. ... (8 replies)
... This is related to age in most cases. Your discs start to degenerate at age thirty. ... (11 replies)
... lamies with stenosis, ddd, grade 3 spondy, herniated discs, facet disfunction, at the time of application and couldn't work. I applied for SSDI a very long time ago. ... (14 replies)
... Okay, here's the deal. Doctor's look at my reports and immediately assume my pain is all in my head. Only when they see the EMG do they even acknowledge something might be going on. ... (4 replies)
... and spinal stenosis. She had been seeing a pediatric ortho for the past five years. She had bad leg and back pain the past two years. ... (4 replies)
... it can cause a domino effect because I have issues at most every level. My Cervical spine issues are a workers comp claim because I was told that it falls under Occupational Disease. ... (18 replies)
... I feel your pain...Sorry that you are going through it! I went into early menopause at 30 yrs. ... (3 replies)
Hole in disc?
Feb 15, 2003
... but the hardware is intact and there is still good stability to the spine, the patient may still have good pain relief with the surgery. In many cases, achieving spinal stability alone is more important than obtaining a solid fusion. ... (3 replies)
... dual problems. I am going to assume you are new to all this spine stuff and start with a little basic information. You might want to find a good illustration of spinal anatomy to further understand what is going on. ... (38 replies)
... advise that bracing is to remind the patient to avoid certain activities following surgery. Other's advise that a brace is helpful for temporarily support of the spinal repair. It can also aid in pain control by giving your spine support. ... (12 replies)
... This is because the lumbar spine carries most of the body's weight. People between the ages of 30 and 50 appear to be vulnerable because the elasticity and water content of the nucleus decreases with age. ... (5 replies)




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