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... guessing what to do next, That is way my higher back is now a problem, it was just my lower until the new physcio person did a accessment whick she rolled on by back which I heard cracking sounds and my upper back has not been the same since, but of course it was nothing she did. ... (15 replies)
Thorasic back pain
Apr 29, 2004
... I have terrible pain in the upper left side of my back into my left shoulder. I have had an MRI and found a huge herniated disc in the T11 T12 area. All the drs. ... (6 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)

... Told them that my higher back did not hurt, but they ordered a MRI for the upper back and found that I have three bulging discs and something wrong with another. ... (15 replies)
... Sorry for the unanswered questions. I think I have the same problem explaining to the doctors. My injury stems from a work injury. I use to assemble fiberglass ladders. From 3' to 12' platforms. ... (20 replies)
... and like i said,within the actual thorasic cavity itself too. ... (130 replies)
... I started having pain in my mid back in Feb. 2002. TERRIBLE PAIN! I had to stop working. The pain was AWFUL. I had a MRI done. ... (5 replies)
... I also feel your pain. I have had my back injury for 10 yrs. It has slowly become worse. I was a person that loved to work, two jobs, and I was quite active in other ways. ... (24 replies)
... Heather, have you had any MRIs of your thorasic and cervical spine? ... (23 replies)
... Hi, thought I'd put in two cents, due to Scoliosis my spine has both front to back rotation and 'S' curvatures, the worst being in the cervical and thorasic areas, the lumber was about 7 degrees less. ... (12 replies)
... axcept this as the cause of your pain. It is such a difficult area to treat and there are very few surgeons who are qualified or willing to attempt to correct a problem in that area. Put simply, they are afraid of it! It won't get better on it's own and will only get worse. ... (7 replies)
Mar 24, 2005
... Maybe I am just digging or searching for something major, but do you think that there is a chance I could have some problem with my Tspine? ... (9 replies)
... its just much much more 'common' to feel impact AT the problem area or below when spinal, but not impossible. ... (7 replies)
Mar 5, 2009
... ssible enlargement there would be a start. also having an x ray on your thorasic area would show any possible herniations that "could" concievably also cause the back pain and possibly any real innner pain too, its all within the actual dermatomes that any given nerve aactually innervates. ... (1 replies)

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