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PaulsParticipantMay 6, 2022 at 5:33 pmPost count: 6in reply to: Severe lumbar spasms #35046
No fever or chills. Thank you for the advicePaulsParticipantMay 5, 2022 at 6:12 pmPost count: 6in reply to: Severe lumbar spasms #35044
Sorry for not being more clear. The spasms I’ve having are in my lumbar region just above my tailbone.like lower back spasms. The radicular pain in my leg is much worse now than prior to my surgery. I’m not certain if it’s triggered by any activity or not. My day is pretty normal and monotonous. Very light duty work. I have not had any additional test done other than xrays since my surgery.PaulsParticipantNovember 18, 2020 at 2:05 pmPost count: 6in reply to: Cervical MRI #33384
Thank you for the response, I wasn’t very clear on the findings. This is the summary.
C2-3 there is a moderate 8-9 mm posterior central disc protusion abutting and mildly impinging the ventral thecal sac. Endplate spurring and facet arthropathy contributes to mild right neural foraminal narrowing.
C3-4 there is mild disc osteophyte complex with moderate posterior central dis protrusion impinging the ventral thecal sac. No significant central canal or foraminal stenosis is seen.
C4-5 there is a moderate disc osteophyte complex with broad based posterior disc protrusion effacing the ventral thecal sac and mildly impinging the ventral cervical cord. Endplate spurring and facet arthropathy contribute to moderate bilateral foraminal stenosis.
C5-6 there is disc osteophyte complex withbroad based central and right posterolateral disc protrusion effacing the ventral thecal sac and abutting and mildly impinging the ventral cervical cord. Enplate spurring and facet arthropathy contribute to mild to moderate central canal stenosis and moderately severe bilateral foraminal stenosis.
C6-7 shows 3-4 mm right posterolateral disc protrusion abutting and mildly impinging the ventral thecal sac. The neural foramen remain patent.
I’m guessing PT? And meds? Correct?