A.S. Face 1619: Randy Scott

Face 1619

 

South Carolina, United States of America


6 Responses to “A.S. Face 1619: Randy Scott”

  1. Dear Randy,
    Thank you so much for being a part of my vision.
    Sincerely Cookie

    • You’re most certainly welcome. I have submitted a few CT images that are in 3D format. I done this because I know some people who don’t have access to medical equipment may have a harder time trying to figure out what is going on. The images are just a few, I have a few more of the images. My job has been taken from me and I was hurt at work by a troubled employee and he is still working. I have been trying to sign up for disability and got turned down 2 times. It really bothers me that I am an amercan that has always worked and now I’m at my worst I get turned down.

  2. WOW RANDY. I HAVE NEVER SEEN FILMS LIKE THAT THEY ARE VERY HIGH DEF. ARE THEY 3D. ANY WAY I CAN’T IMAGE THE PAIN YOU HAVE SUFFERED AS IT LOOKS LIKE YOU HAVE A LOT OF FUSION . WHICH MEANS YOUR LIFE IS PRETTY MUCH CHAIR OUR BED BOUND. I FEEL FOR YOU. I DO HAVE A QUESTION MY DOCTORS SAY AFTER FUSION THE PAIN STOPS IS THAT TRUE ? GOD BLESS AND BE WITH YOU.

    • Hi Debra
      Thanks for looking at the images that I posted and they are 3D images done from CT scan I had done. I am, or was a CT Technologist. I had some issues with breathing about 3 years ago so my pulmonologist ordered the CT of my lungs so a coworker and I decided to go a little farther and do a 3D of my spine. I had it done at my work place. I got hurt in the mid thoracic area and just wanted to look at it. So the answer to your question in my experience would be no. I was told the same thing by my Dr’s over the years and I still have pain. I am not chair bound or bed ridden but I can get around. I can’t do anything like yard work or home repairs anymore. I can’t go and walk at a normal pace. Bending over is restricted but it causes my back to hurt. About 2 months after getting hurt at work I had to have an L5-S1 fusion. This also limits my movement.
      I was always active but I did notice something going on but didn’t know what. Mine got bad when I turned 17.
      Just keep active the best you can and don’t let anyone tell you what you feel. Sometimes Dr’s make you feel like you’re a hypochondriac trying to get pain meds. This is probably more than you wanted haha.
      Thanks again
      Randy

  3. The pain never stops,as it spreads yo other parts of the body.Heart ,lungs,etc.

  4. The pain never stops,as it spreads to other parts of the body.Heart ,lungs,etc.

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