Medical reviews



Cervical  Grade 1 anterolisthesis of C3 on C4, C4 on C5, and C5 on C6

Herniated disks with compression.

Bilat Pes Plantus

Patellar Femoral Syndrome(PFPS)R

Compressed vertebra in neck and lower back

Impingement sx R/O

Slap tear, 10/3/99 A/C Arthrosis.

HNP neck C-5,C-6

Neck Tenderness and evidence of ROM limitations -Traumatic Cervical


Brian tumors

Nerve blocks

Trigger pount injections

Lumbosacral strain/Lumbago - Back spasm and pain

Intervertebral disc syndrome

Broken screws

Failed fusions

Chronic Pain Syndrome

Sciatica-  as shooting pains down the posterior

Functional Scoliosis

Neurogenic Bladder from lower back problems

Ureterolithiasis periodically incapacitating


 Mass cell - auto immune disease



Intervertebral Disc Displacement Lumbar wo Myelopathy.



Spinal fusion (L4/ L5)

Bulges at S1 herniation L4,L5 

Artificial disc at the L5 level never fused

PARS fracture at the L4.

Remove some more bone at C2, C3 and make the implant

Disc displacement of my L4 and L5

Degenerative disc that developed arthritis

Neck, fused from C3-5

Testicles get numb and sharp pain making it difficult to walk or stand

Epidural steroid injections in my back

Lower spine is degenerated 

Nerve damage

Discectomy/laminectomy on L4-L5-S1

Hashimoto's (Thyroid) disease

L5-S1 disc herniation

Spinal cord stimulator implant

Degenerative Disc

Chronic Headaches 

L5-S1 disc herniation

Chronic Headaches 

L5-S1 disc herniation

Neck fused C3-5

Discectomy/laminectomy on L4-L5-S1

Disc displacement of my L4 and L5


Pain in the anterior thoracic spine, radiating primarily to the left the spine and associated with right shoulder instability. The pain slightly decreases in intensity while laying in the stomach. Patient describes the pain as an electric sensation or hot knife being twisted to the thoracic spine.

PROCEDURE: MRI of the cervical spine was obtained and included axial T2, axial T2 star gradient echo, sagittal T1, sagittal T2, and sagittal STIR images. TECHNICAL NOTE: Multiple series are motion degraded despite repeated attempts to obtain motion free images.

ALIGNMENT: There is reversal cervical lordosis with kyphosis centered at C5-6 level. Grade 1 anterolisthesis is noted at C3-4 level.

BONE MARROW: There is mild chronic anterior vertebral height loss of C5 and C6 vertebral bodies. No acute compression fracture is noted.

DISC DESSICATION: Is present at C5-6 level. There is mild disc space narrowing at C2-C6 levels.


CEREBELLAR TONSILS: There is approximately 2 mm right cerebellar tonsillar ectopia which does not meet criteria for Chiari I malformation.

VISUALIZED CORD: There is heterogeneous signal within the cord due to quantum mottle and patient's motion artifact. No evidence of focal lesion is appreciated.


LUNG APICES: Not included.