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... Has anyone had any experience with an open standup, sit down MRI? ... (7 replies)
... I had the stand up one here in Fla, and it was GREAT!, I stood on the tape on the floor and didn't move and the machine made one complete circle around me and that was it!. ... (7 replies)
... So I don't know if this is true or not but I was asking about stand up and sit down MRI's because of the reasons mentioned in the last poster's comments. It is not an option here and I don't know if there are any in Canada anywhere. ... (6 replies)

... excellent for me. It still did not show us any problem, but the MRI was a good expierience. ... (7 replies)
... I've not had the luck of an open MRI but I did just have a new one done. ... (7 replies)
... with my problems in my back having had L4 L5 Si1 anterior lumbar surgery metal cages bone grafting and such.. I was told I can't have another MRI because of the Magnetic thinger in the MRI and with the metal in my back it would litleraly pull them out.. ... (7 replies)
... That was the first thing I asked my Doc. He told me they use a special metal, I think he said Titanium, but not sure. He told me, yes I could have future MRI'S. I saw the type of cages I have and they are shaped like a wedge and made of plastic. As for the bone graft, unless your surgeon told you he was doing that, they now use a synthetic BMP on the sponges inside the cages.... (7 replies)
... they are the best. Why lie down in the most comfy position to try and see what causes the pain? ... (7 replies)
... In my case, an upright MRI of me sitting picked up a disc problem that didn't show up on a laying down MRI. When we lay down and have our feet slightly elevated such as a pillow, this is the least amount of compression on our spines. ... (6 replies)
... minutes before pain and intense pressure start being felt in my back and hip. it gets considerably better if i pay down or recline and put a pillow under my left knee. so he sad it was worth a try. ... (23 replies)
... Just wanted to add a quick update. I had the MRI done yesterday. They can do it while standing but because that would be too painful for the amount of time They had me sit down. ... (23 replies)
... I went to and emailed them. They sent emailed me a spreadsheet with all the locations in the US. I am in MO and the closest one on the list was in KY. I have been pretty curious, also... I just can't spend the money unless I know it will help. I flew to CA for a MRN and it was a waste of money, for me anyway. (7 replies)
... from sports injury in 2003 and just dealt with the pain and it did get better if u will until I had a MVA in 2008 which almost killed me but it did mess my back up tremendously.. ... (14 replies)
... it almost goes numb and I can't bear any weight on it. If I walk for more then a couple of minutes there will be like stabbing lightning bolts of pain in my butt down my thigh and into my calf. If I sit up pressure builds in my back and my leg will start feeling very achy. ... (23 replies)
... For example, after lumbar fusion many surgeons limit the amount of time a patient may sit to 15 minutes, whereas standing and walking may be done as long as tolerated.... ... (23 replies)
... I was also told by the wc doctor that there was absolutely nothing wrong with my back, and that was after my MRI showed all kinds of problems. I am having a fusion and laminectomy in November. Also, do some research on the wc MD you went to. ... (14 replies)
... ne is made of a bunch of vertebrae and discs, all on top and below one another. The purpose of discs are to cushion the space between the vertebrae. Whenever you stand or sit, all the vertebrae move closer together, which puts a lot of pressure on them. ... (6 replies)
... burning that builds from zero to unbearable when sitting down, which I've had for many years, which started after heavy lifting. I have no discomfort when I stand up, however I'll often be sore after sitting. The burning is centralized in my lower back, just about where my belt is. ... (36 replies)
Mri Q:
Sep 13, 2010
... I assume your dr is aware of what causes your symptoms. A few years ago they came up with an MRI in which you sit, stand, and lie down to be scanned and they claimed that they found a lot more problems that way. ... (1 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)

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