2015 FAQ questions

Hello, the hernia l4-l5 was removed, the operation was done on 12/21/2014, recently, acute pains from stress at work began, what recommendations can you give.
Hello. Specify: - the type of pain (pulling, burning, electric shock, etc.) before and after the operation; - localization of pain (local, radiating down the leg or groin, etc.) before and after the operation.


Sacroiliitis is infectious. Ureaplasma parvum gave inflammation to the sacroiliac joint, the course of antibiotics josamycin passed, and the analysis was again prescribed other antibiotics azithromycin, the rheumatologist prescribed sulfasalazine 2 tons in the morning and in the evening I have been drinking for the seventh week the main pains are gone, but a week and a half ago I started stretching the lumbar the ileum and quadriceps muscle and after four days I could not straighten my back from pain, after a couple of days a heaviness began under the skin in the lower back and on the leg under the skin pulling unpleasant sensations, on my back when I lay I felt heaviness and burning in the afternoon, in the leg from knee to foot pulling subcutaneous sensations and there is a heaviness in the thigh, tell me that maybe I am already worn out from these pains. thanks in advance
Hello. Treatment of infectious sacroiliitis is possible only with the help of a course of antibiotics, which it is advisable to select according to sensitivity in each case. While the infectious process is underway (control is based on blood tests and CT scan of the bones and joints of the pelvis), it is better to observe motor restrictions, physical activity and exercise are not desirable.


Diagnosis: arthrosis of the spinal joints, polydiscopathy, spondylolisthesis of the L3 vertebral body, herniated discs L1, L2, L3, secondary stenosis of the spinal canal at the level of L2-L3, L4-L5. What treatment is possible?
Hello. Depending on the medical history and clinical manifestations of the disease, conservative treatment or surgery may be offered.


Hello, my son (he is 20 years old, a student) was recently diagnosed with an intervertebral hernia. Until that time, he had never complained of severe back pain (and now he says that pain is only when bending over), and the pain does not radiate to his legs. Back pain began 4 months ago, and it is not constant, there is no pain in other parts of the body, except for the lower back, the medicine was not taken, not treated, because it did not bother me. He went in for sports 1.5 years ago for about a year, lifted barbells, rocked muscles, himself, without a coach. But he says that at that time his back did not hurt. But 9 months ago he had problems with his studies, broke up with his girlfriend, and he became depressed, did not leave home for almost 3 months (psychological stress) and we took an academic leave. But now, for the 2nd month, the psychological state has returned to normal. When we went to the neurosurgeon, he said that we need to operate, since we have a sequestered hernia. We are in shock, we do not know what to do. We do not want the operation ourselves, because the lower back does not hurt, he does not complain. There have never been any obvious symptoms of an intervertebral hernia, especially a sequestered hernia (numbness, problems urinating, pain in the buttocks) (therefore, we cannot understand why the disease developed so quickly to such a stage). Do you think we can start conservative treatment now and hopes to improve? Help, tell us, please, what to do ??? What's in store for us? Will physiotherapy, manual massage, exercise therapy, swimming help us?
Hello. At this stage (in the absence of neurological symptoms), you can limit yourself to stretching the spine. Decompression of the lumbar spine is easily achieved with a relaxed hanging on the horizontal bar. Local pain and discomfort can be controlled by avoiding axial loads, forward bending, and lifting. For symptomatic treatment, meloxicam (up to 15 mg per day) or any other NSAID (in the absence of contraindications) is suitable.


Hello. How much does an MRI of the brain cost? I have sinusitis.
Hello. MRI of the brain - 345 GEL, although with sinusitis, you can do CT of the paranasal sinuses (190 GEL).


Good day! My name is Narine. I am from Armenia. My son, who is now 15 years old, is diagnosed with congenital CNS damage and symptomatic epilepsy. Doesn't speak and walks badly, holding the handle. Prescribed medication and received rehabilitation treatment. We see no results in the treatment. Attached is the epicrisis and conclusion of the MRI study Please tell me what methods of treatment can be in this case.
Hello. With this type of congenital brain damage, the process of the normal functioning of the nervous tissue is initially disrupted, which manifests itself in the weakening of its control functions and is often accompanied by epilepsy. Only symptomatic treatment is possible (work with a pediatric neurologist, psychiatrist, speech therapist, anticonvulsants, massage therapy, physiotherapy, etc.).


Hello! Tell me if it is possible to sign up for 05/11/2015. an appointment with a neurosurgeon (or a neurologist)? I need a nerve block (cervical spine - constant pain). THANK YOU IN ADVANCE!
Hello. Yes, it is possible. Contact us at the phone number below and specify the time of your visit to the clinic for consultation and the required treatment.


The fingers of the left hand were numb after TBI. prompt how to treat.
Hello. The cause of the numbness should be established. It can be the impaired central type (damage to an area of the brain or spinal cord), or of a peripheral type (damage at the level of the cervical spine - the nerve exit points, the brachial plexus itself). Only then can a specific treatment be planned.


Hi, I asked a question, please post an answer. I have spinal pain, a very frustrating treatment. As soon as the treatment period decreases, it hurts again. I am pleased to inform you of the title of an educated doctor in this field in Georgia. I want to come urgently to an emergency.
Hello. Specify the medical history, what studies were carried out, what diagnosis was made and what treatment you have already received.


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