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... I've tried 3 now and they simply do not listen to me as they all believe they know how they can fix my problem. And all 3 tried different techniques. I think the last one made it much worse. ... (3 replies)
Teathered Cord
Oct 22, 2004
... It's just my guess, but I doubt that scar tissue generated from his hip surgeries would invade the spinal canal to the extent that it would show as a tethered cord. Usually a tether will result from either a previous spinal surgery, a spinal injury, or as in my case, a neural tube birth defect. ... (15 replies)
... stregnthening without proper pain control but you mentioned shots which i assume are ESI's and are usually performed by a pain management dr who may help you out as far as meds go.esi's and pt are pretty standard as far as non invasive tratments are concerned. ... (5 replies)

... He then proceeded to the UK where he was treated for high blood pressure and was diagnosed as hypertensive. ... (4 replies)
... just as well, the sky was black and boiling again. Just as soon as we pulled up at a Carrefour store, the skies opened up again, with heavy rain and big bolts of lightning. ... (24 replies)
... hands. At the onset my left arm ached, a deep bone chilling ache, which caused me to eat a lot of Tylenol. Initially I went to my chiropractor for relief as he had in the past fixed arm pain due to neck alignment problems. ... (13 replies)
... ntly I have cluster headaches which the cause is my Cervical Dystonia. I am allergic to all Triptans so I started Botox therapy which has helped some. Not always as with most treatments. ... (2 replies)
... trained orthopedic spine surgeon as well as a neurosurgeon. The two specialties have similar training but sometimes approach an issue slightly differently. ... (2 replies)
Cervical Spine
Sep 5, 2014
... Yes, diazepam is a member of a class of drugs known as benzodiazepines. It does seem unlikely that such short exposure would cause problems. A search for "benzodiazepine withdrawal" will show how serious that can be. ... (4 replies)
So scared
Aug 25, 2014
... I am in a similar situation and live in the Philly area. I am surprised at how fast this is all going for you. Typically doctors like to wait a bit as herniated discs usually get absorbed by the body. ... (26 replies)
... numbness in the upper thigh areas, as well as numbness in the bottom part of my left butt. ... (10 replies)
... joint instability which can be addressed by PT modalities. Since you've had improvement, it's likely there is some component of this in your case as well. ... (2 replies)
... Well Tim that does sound interesting, gelatin! Actually, I have heard about it and just did a bit of research on it as well. ... (29 replies)
... I couldn't even brush my teeth properly as I couldn't put my head forward. Made it very hard to spit out. Yuck! When I think about it, I wasn't in a nice place. So I think I know who the wimp is! ... (29 replies)
... and I am still in pain on a daily basis, I will always be in pain for the rest of my life. As long as I have a good pain management physician I can accept that. I too have another surgery that has been proposed. ... (5 replies)
... and I wish I had some insight to your problems. In my experience so far, the best bet has been to gather as much data as you can in order to find the solution that will work best for you. ... (29 replies)
... tpatient foraminotomy cleared that up. I should add, though, that my problem was facet hypertrophy, which, because it occurs BEHIND the foramen, does not require as intrusive an operation as you would, as your problems come from IN FRONT of the foramen. ... (29 replies)
CT myelogram
Aug 24, 2013
... Also as far as you being so depressed about this... I actually would not. I would be concerned. ... (14 replies)
... Not the best radiologist's report, I'm afraid. He seemed to be trying to use as few words as possible. ... (1 replies)
... he did the following as well. I had the injections done to my facet joints in the cervical area. They did not help either. ... (5 replies)

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