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... I have been fighting with the Worker's Comp. Insurance for 7 months now. The reason why you are running into so many brick walls is because the surgery is very expensive as well as the after care. I took a fall backwards over a pallet with a heavy wieght and struck my lower back on one side of the pallet. ... (8 replies)
... S1 360 lumbar fusion. This was my 5th back surgery in a four year span. I am feeling much better now and can live with the amount of pain I have on a daily basis. ... (1 replies)
... After my lower back fusion surgery, I began to have pain in my thorasic region. Apparently it is very common for lower back surgery patients to get their upper back region a "tad out of whack" because of the changes in and lack of exercise. ... (7 replies)

... plate and Pins in 98 and cervical surgery again plates and pinsin 2000 and it did nothing to help that pain... ... (6 replies)
... I have the same type of pain in my middle back that can be extremely painful at times and not too bad at other times. Sometimes it is hard to breath. ... (4 replies)
... I hope that your surgery goes well! I welcome you to this board. There if a wealth of information here. ... (10 replies)
... I am very sorry about your back pain. I've had one lumbar and one cervical surgery. ... (8 replies)
... Larry, I've had thorasic back surgery and I can tell first hand IT IS a big deal. Anytime they have to remove a rib and push your lung and possibly other organs out of the way, it is very dangerous. ... (16 replies)
... a discogram. The best is probably a ct mylegram. If the pain is down his legs then he probably has nerves that are being pushed on by a disk. Has he ever had any back surgery? ... (5 replies)
Thorasic Back Pain
May 14, 2010
... I agree, see an orthopedic spine surgeon and/or neurosurgeon that is a DO or MD. You need a full evaluation to see exactly what is going on before you allow a Chiro to do adjustments. (DO's have the same type of training, have to meet the same requirements to do surgery, etc as MD's do. A DO's education has a more holistic twist to their overall approach) (2 replies)
... mfortable in my LaCross but miserable in my husband's Silverado. He cant stand to be in my LaCross but loves his truck. We both have bad backs. He didn't have surgery and I did. We both have the same pain. ... (2 replies)
... Thsnks for the advice. I had no idea that botox was only temporary. Actually, I should have know after watching TV shows and seeing all the Hollywood actresses- they are always going for more work and botox shots Anyway. I need some relief and that was the last resort suggested to me short of dangerous surgery. Not one doctor can really explain how this happen to me... (6 replies)
Thorasic back pain
Apr 30, 2004
... idocaine pathes and they did nothing at all. I don't know who to go to anymore. I am afraid of the botox, but it is the only thing left to try for me, short of surgery or epidurals which are dangerous. I wish someone could tell me if they had this done. ... (6 replies)
Thorasic back pain
Apr 29, 2004
... Hey BC, I have a compression fracture on T-9 (basically a crushed vertabrae) and they also say it is uncommon. Also harder and dangerous to operate in this area. The TENS unit did nothing for me but pain-killers do help although you always need more. Now I have lidocaine patches also that seem to help some. Been over 9 years since my half-gainer down the stairs and since... (6 replies)
... It was great to hear from someone who knows the pain. Yes, I live with lumbar and cervical pain everyday. However, I have learned to live with it. I was not as lucky as you after my last surgery (which was my fourth) I had to return to work even though I was in pain. When the thoracic pain started I could not bear it. When the doctor's in this area hear thoracic and... (8 replies)
Upper back pain
Jan 10, 2002
... k nerve loss by sending electrical pulses through the nerve to find the point of loss. The tightness around the chest is a good indication of the effects of the Thorasic herniation. A problem in that area is hard to remedy without surgery and if you have been reading any of my posts involves a very dangerous surgery. ... (3 replies)
Thorasic Update
Mar 25, 2002
... The answer to all of your questions is yes. The Thorasic spine controls all of the nerves that control the brain impluses to the chest and lower organs. Many thorasic spine problems exhibit themselves with pain in the chest, stomach and liver. The feeling of having a belt wrapped around you and squeezing is not unusual. ... (28 replies)
Thorasic Update
Dec 27, 2001
... siactic the Thorasic reacts different to being injured. Being that the thorasic barely moves damage to it is quite rare. But, when it is damaged there is little hope of self repair as in the other areas of the back. ... (28 replies)
Mid back pain
Apr 17, 2002
... I would refer you to look up my many Thorasic posts over the past 8 months. ... (5 replies)
Thorasic Question
Jan 18, 2005
... and I do mean my whole back structure is linked into the thorasic pain. ... (21 replies)

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