on 11/05/12. He told me I have a slipped vertebra above sacrum and demonstrated on a plastic spine . He ... getting worse, I dont think resting works particularly either. How do I proceed?? I have only been offered ...
Hello......I am a 43 year old female who fractured her spine and broke her sacrum about 7 years ago. I am an athlete and love to run and lived in SD for many years on the ocean. Over the past 2 years ...
Hello, I wasn t really expecting to communicate with anyone, but since you re on, I m looking at my mother s MRI films and I m pretty sure that it s showing some abnormalities in the Lumbar and sacrum ...
Hi, I am a 19 year old female and I have had a swollen lower back for the last six months. The swelling is directly superior to my sacrum and coccyx and proximal to the lower lumbar vertebrae . I have ...
My S1 vertebral body is lumbarized. can you explain this for me? thank you
Lumbarization is a term that refers to an anatomic anomaly in the human spine. It is defined by the nonfusion of the first and second segments of the sacrum. The lumbar spine subsequently appears to have six vertebrae or segments, not five. Conversely the sacrum appears to have only four segments instead of its designated five segments
havy pain while setting on the both side of sacrum . MRI is normal .pain is only at the time of setting from last 4 to 5 months.
there cab be muscle pressure
or sheath inflammation
you need to get investigation for any of these
physiotherapy can help you a lot
I have on and off pain mostly on my left side lower back that also is felt in my hip. thought it was sciatica but now feel it has to do with the joint in sacrum
Hello.Your symptoms make me think of sacroiliitis.This is very often misinterpreted as sciatica but pain is more at the site of sacral joints which are on either side of tail bone.
A xray of pelvis can help in confirming this.Regards
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