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... health club where the body weight is hanging from your arms, and the weight of the body and gravity are supposedly "lengthening" the spine. ... (93 replies)
... to get really bad until roughly a year ago. At that point, I had an MRI...which confirmed what I already knew, but also indicated some other issues such as DDD, and severe bilateral foraminal stenosis. ... (13 replies)
... Thank you. Does it ever go away on its own and how long? ... (4 replies)

... While you are waiting for treatment, I would recommend the following "exercise." It is something that opens up the discs and allows the parasympathetic system to "reboot. ... (4 replies)
... I don't know if you have read any of my threads or messages but I am having my surgery in a week finally. It has been 10 years of agony and about 5 surgeons, 3 pain specialists and several GP's but finally I was happy to go with this surgeon. ... (93 replies)
Mar 27, 2008
... e that is causing the pain down my right leg. My neurosurgeon initially sent me to physical therapy, which didn't do much for me since I am already quite active and exercise daily. I didn't try the epidural injections...but I hear that they do work for some folks. ... (7 replies)
... i feel ya. i decided i spent to much time trying to find means of relief instead of living. whether it's exercise or coming home from work, running to the couch and pulling my knees up to my chest so my legs would stop buzzing and waiting for bed time.... ... (93 replies)
... yes, I go on tuesday to an orthopedist. I am hoping I can get therapy and exercises. I am not in severe pain, just a nagging pain when I try to exercise. ... (4 replies)
... answer your question, yes...I guess you could say I am holding out. My pain is concentrated in my back...I have very little to no leg pain at the moment, and it is my understanding that patients with only back pain really don't respond much to surgery for spondy. ... (93 replies)
... I have also had different nerve sensations since my surgery but in general things are much better. I am still on a pension and find it hard to get by financially. I would like to go back to work again some time but am fearful of hurting myself again. ... (93 replies)
... when i sit back and think about it, yeah, i could probably go through the rest of my life like this. ... (93 replies)
... last year, and he's super conservative. ... (93 replies)
... all term that we all use to describe pain that runs down through the buttocks, down the back of the thigh and sometimes, into the foot. It is not really a medical term. ... (4 replies)
... I originally developed sciatic pain that grew worse and worse. Eventually I had a MRI which showed stenosis. At this point my internist was managing my healthcare. ... (18 replies)
... teteri66, we do have two more scheduled. Last Dr just wanted to treat with steriods and exercise and said it would probably not progress. I have to assume he knows more about this than i do... after all, I have no medical experience. ... (53 replies)
... inflammatory steroids and exercise. ... (53 replies)
... ray. In advanced cases, the patient may appear swayback with a protruding abdomen, exhibit a shortened torso, and present with a waddling gait. ... (11 replies)
... Some exercise is good for the spine while others can exasperate any back problems and need to be avoided. ... (13 replies)
... It can very easily develop into a spondylolisthesis if the pars has not healed. This could result in stability at this spinal segment. ... (2 replies)
Doing more damage?
Feb 14, 2013
... I had suggested it was OK to go about your routine, go ahead and exercise, etc. unless you had a spondylolisthesis. ... (1 replies)

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