South Carolina, United States of America
Thank you so much for being a part of my vision.
Cookie Has A.S. said this on May 28, 2016 at 9:20 am | Reply
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.
Randy Scott said this on July 5, 2016 at 11:09 pm | Reply
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.
debra cripps said this on May 29, 2016 at 10:57 am | Reply
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.
Randy 1619 said this on June 24, 2016 at 3:31 pm | Reply
The pain never stops,as it spreads yo other parts of the body.Heart ,lungs,etc.
kevin anderson said this on June 6, 2016 at 6:32 am | Reply
The pain never stops,as it spreads to other parts of the body.Heart ,lungs,etc.
kevin anderson said this on June 6, 2016 at 6:33 am | Reply
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