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... and by PT I mean someone who has more than a 4 year college degree, and not a "sports therapist." You want someone who really grasps the spine and knows how to strengthen without hurting discs or soft tissue. ... (6 replies)
... I am new to this board and looking for some help in understanding my MRI report. I have an appointment with my Dr. late Monday afternoon but in the mean time would like to be able to understand this report. ... (3 replies)
... The neck is very different from the lower back or any other place in the back. It is a very tight area with major nerves that can control things like breathing. So any injury must be taken seriously. ... (7 replies)

... Hello, and welcome to the board. It is always helpful to look at MRI results in the context of symptoms so if you post your symptoms we're likely to be able to help further. ... (1 replies)
... Routine MRI of the lumbar spine was performed using sagittal and axial imaging . incidental finding in the right pelvis shows a moderate amount of free fluid. ... (8 replies)
... I see that I forgot to address the spondylolisthesis which is mentioned in the first sentence of your report! ... (11 replies)
... I finally got my MRI results yesterday and I just need someone to help me understand a few things. ... (1 replies)
... I suspect that your spine took a great deal of abuse when you were deployed and your MRI is reflecting the results of that stress and strain. When we think of words like degeneration, we tend to associate it with old age, but the spine actually begins to age in our twenties. ... (10 replies)
... I am new here and just trying to understand results of my husbands MRI. Any help is appreciated. ... (4 replies)
... pain. then my hubby rushed me to the er, which they gave me morphin and valuim i.v. waited an hour then sent me home with prescriptions and told me to get ahold of my doctor asap. ... (8 replies)
... Sorry I didn't get back to you. Simply put, most of the MRI report can be summarized by saying your lumbar spine is showing wear and tear, changes that come to most of us as we age. ... (12 replies)
... to have a tear. All of this can cause various nerve pains and sciatica. ... (3 replies)
... I would look at each spinal section on it's own first then the whole. I can only speak for the Cervical as that is where my problems are and I've done a ton of research on it. ... (3 replies)
... Basically the report indicates that there are degenerative changes throughout the lumbar spine area. ... (7 replies)
... life. I've had to surgerys in the past and I always ha e a huge bulge in my back. Its hard to sit for long periods or stand in 1 location for an extended amount of time. I also get caught in stabbing pain of I turn wrong or adjust my sleeping position in bed. ... (8 replies)
MRI results
Jun 4, 2011
... cindy, I was wondering, is all of your pain in just the lower back? ... (17 replies)
... There is some straightening of your spine. This generally happens as people age and may be due to posture. ... (9 replies)
... All of these are different animals entirely and often treated separately. ... (3 replies)
... Well I'll start off by saying I am 19 years old with a lot of lower back and leg pains. So I went through a CT Scan in February and now I've had my MRI done but I wont see my specialist for a couple of weeks because he's on vacation. ... (10 replies)
... however, some of the terminology is relatively easy to explain. ... (5 replies)


Associated Tags: annular tear, facet arthropathy, foraminal stenosis, lower back pain, lumbar, mri, mri help, spine, spine surgery

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