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... from chronic pain in my neck and thoractic spine,chest pain,spinal spasms,pins and needles,burning and dizziness.I had an mri scan of my brain,neck,thoractic and lumber spine. ... (7 replies)
... Specialist who diagnosed with Lumber Spondylosis and Lumber Strain as carefully checking on my MRI. He took for about 30 minutes sitting besides me to explain it in detail. ... (3 replies)
... this is where the neck had become a lot worse and they found the prolapsed discs from t6,t7,t8 and t9,also wedge type vertebre and loss of central height.The lumber spine wa snormal and still appears to be normal now. ... (7 replies)

... Hi I have had back problems ever since I was in my early 20s but just ignored the problems until the pain became worse 12 years ago I was sent for a M R I scan and diagnosed with arthritis , three prolapsed discs , possible nerve damage in my lumber spine a bone scan also found Osteoporosis ( I have Scoliosis and a Kyphosis on my neck which is very prominent) I have had... (2 replies)
... nd I'm not really sure which one would be the best. I looked back at my "neurosurgeon" and see that he isn't a neurosurgeon, but a fellowship trained orthopedic spine surgeon as you suggested. His name is Steven Valentino from Liberty Spine Care in NJ. ... (5 replies)
... re now being recommended earlier in the process and very often. Sometimes a pain management doctor will recommend one before the patient has even been seen by a spine specialist. It is presented to the patient as being something to "try" you might try a knee brace or orthotics for a bothersome condition. ... (5 replies)
... openings located at each vertebral level where spinal nerve exists the spine to go out to a specific part of the body. Stenosis is the term for "narrowing" and is a cause of nerve compression. ... (5 replies)
... There is mild lateral angulation of the spine to the left.There is a diffuse disc desiccation. There is a small lateral disc protusion causing left lateral recess stenosis. ... (1 replies)
... Thanks for the response in regard to Physical Therapy. In the past, .... about 10 years ago, I went to Chiropractor due to 'pinched nerve' on the shoulder and it helped. However, some relief after two to three months on that, I took some sort of rx'ed pain-relieved med., only very small dosage which ended pinched-nerve completely and never came it back. Yes, I... (3 replies)
... I am a young male who was involve in an accident. My doctor advise surgery for thoracic spine injury. ... (1 replies)
... Hi 12 years ago i had an emergancy opp as L4/L5 dics came out and embedded in my nervous system i have recently had another scan and here are the results can someone explain them to me please and what can happen later on in life thanks x i am 39 years old MRI SCAN SPINE LUMBER sagittal images from T9 to the sacrum and axial images T11/T12 and from L3 to S1 have been... (3 replies)
... e this wreck my back has been nothing but a cascade of herniations, bulges, tears, and arthritis in some of the herniations. I have been through 1 cervical and 2 lumber ESI's and while the lumbar ESI's did their job and I no longer have sciatic pain down my legs. My neck is a different issue. ... (1 replies)
... hi can any one give me any infomation about the condition ossification of the anterior longitudinal ligament between C2 & C5 & C6 also in lumber L4/L5. Have been diognosed with ankalosing spondonitis grade 2 the DR called the first part of my question DISH as it is a very long word that is also hard to say. A stiffening of the ligament of the spine.? I would like to find out... (0 replies)
... Welcome to the board. Spondylosis refers to slowly developing degenerative changes that affect the intervertebral discs and adjoining facet joints in the spine. As the discs lose moisture they tend to flatten or develop bulges and sometimes tears in the annulus. Facet joints tend to enlarge which causes supporting ligaments to lose elasticity and thicken resulting in... (1 replies)
... Can someone translate this report into a layman's terms. Thanks. MRI report: Procedures: Spine lumber MRI WO Contrast Body of the report: Diffuse degenerative changes are present. All of the discs demonstrate slight to mild degenration. At L2-S1 there is a diffuse, slight disc bulge and tiny right posterolateral and left paracentral annular tears. These casus slight... (0 replies)
... I miss my life of activity and livinging in pain is well, horrible. I am actually at the Mayo clinic in Rochester MN and am going to see a pain doc here to get lumber facet shots, which helped. ... (13 replies)
... I got my second Epidural injection today , my PM doctor reviewed my new MRI and EMG report , he said my disk herniation already has been improvement, but my leg nerve looks like had some kind of damage and causes pain. he didn’t suggest surgery and let me try Epidural again , he said he will put some medicine to my spine lumber and see what happen, I didn’t get much pain... (13 replies)
... Talking cervical and lumbar surgery is like comparing apples and oranges. I would never consider lumber surgery, but I would do the cervical in a minute if I had problems with it. ... (7 replies)
Mar 12, 2003
... Hi Tiddgys, I see that you had this over a two year period so we will give you advanced Exercises for you to do. First, you will need two people to assist you. Let the weakest of the two hold your under arm as you are laying down straight on your back, on a bed, and the strongest one takes both of your feet together and pulls straight out, hold for a few seconds and... (4 replies)
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Mar 25, 2005
... My orthopedic surgeon specializes in the thoracic and lumber areas. Since the cervical area seems to be the worst we decided to address the cervical area the first. ... (1 replies)

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