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Icd 9 Code Thoracic Back Pain
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Thoracic back pain for 4 weeks, worse lying down., pain wakes me. No known trauma. Occasionally moves to cerv and lumb. No relief from msg or chiro?
Progressive persistent thoracic back pain, worse when lie down at night. Tried everything except esi. But md says esi doesn't work for thoracic pain?
What would be a good, safe pain medication I could ask my PCP about for my thoracic back pain? It's constant and fairly intense for the past few years
Depends on pain: The treatments for thoracic pain will depend on the nature of pain. If it is degenerative disc disease, it may be treated with physical therapy (range of motion, vibration, massage, heat/cold etc). If it scoliosis, again, physical therapy +/- surgery may be an option. If the pain is referred to the thoracic area, but is caused by a chest or abdominal disorder, those need to be diagnosed & treated. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Since having my son, I have thoracic back pain/tightness only when twisting or stretching. What could this be?
Hi: It could be something you did on the birthing table or carrying him around. I would suggest some exercises focused on the mid back and a manipulation by an Osteopath of chiropractor. ...Read more
Can a highblood person take a massage? Experiencing back pain in the morning.. She has thoracic dextroscoliosis 9dgree what can do for it? Massage?
Yes: This should not cause any adverse effects on blood pressure and can help with the pain. Not so concerned about the curve in the spine. It is not large and many with scoliosis live a full life without even knowing they have it. Morning stiffness is more suggestive of arthritis. There are some rheumatoid conditions that cause spine stiffness and pain. Have them discuss it with their doc. ...Read more
Cough and back pain: Symptoms of back pain, cough and pain with breathing suggests a respiratory or cardiac cause that could be potentially serious. The best approach is to see your healthcare provider and be evaluated for cardiac and respiratory disorders. I suspect a chest x-ray, ecg, and lung function tests would be a fairly routine place to start. Once identified, specific treatment can be given. ...Read more
It's up in the air.-: -has nothing to do with your surgery. Some people get a sore back from lying in bed 2 long. Otherwise see your PCP & go from there. ...Read more
I had an X-ray for middle back pain. It came back with dextroconvexity of the thoracic spine. What does this mean and could it be the cause?
Thoracic scoliosis: Detroconvexity implies that the apex of the curvature of your spine points to your right side. In the thoracic spine, it's the most common variety. Although pain can arise from adult idiopathic thoracic scoliosis, most patients are asymptomatic. Unless you have documented progression of the curve and/or neurologic dysfunction, most are treated conservatively. I would recommend a formal evaluation. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I have scoliosis, 36degreee thoracic curve. I was treated with the brace for 2yr when i was 11. I'm 23 and have terrible back pain, what should I do?
Your history of : Scoliosis may have no bearing on low back pain unless there is another condtion that has a slightly higher prevalence in patients with scoliosis known as spondylolysis & spondylolithesis. Sometimes, there is a compensatory or balancing curve in the lower back that may alter the mechanics in that region leaing to back pain. See an orthopedic surgeon for an evaluation. There could be other causes. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
I’m 27 f recently diagnosed with mild dextroscoliosis of thoracic spine, have back pain somtimes.Is it related?Any exercise to follow?If so, please suggest
Why would I have back pain only when I do prolonged bending? I have a history of lower and thoracic disc issues.
Can multilevel, severe thoracic disc desiccation result in upper left back pain after eating? Thanks.
I have pain in my upper back to the right of my thoracic vertebra Ive had this pain since i was little when im stressed do I have chronic back pain?
Yes,but if you: only have it when you are stressed,, it is due to tension and should be relieved w/muscle relaxers or pain killers or antianxiety medications ...Read more
I am experiencing constant thoracic back pain now for over 4years I don't have to do anything to aggravate it . As soon as i wake up in the morning?
Upper back pain middle of back for a year now. mri w/ 4 cerv disc bulges and kyphosis in thoracic. just scared it could something really bad?
R/O THORACIC DISC: Given the Nature and duration of your symptoms I would be concerned with arthritis or herniation of a disc in the thoracic region. T4-6 You need to be examined have labs checked. Thoracic spine X-ray and thoracic MRI . Since you already have Cervial Disease . TX : PT/ NSAIDS/MUSCLE RELAXANT/GABAPENTIN/LYRICA/SAVELLA). GLUTEN FREE DIET(. WHOLEAPPROACH.COM GUTBLISS.COM) ...Read more
28yo, having mid-back pain for about 2 years. Xray results say mild thoracic levoscoliosis. How severe is the curve before it starts to cause pain?
Unknown: Mild levoscoliosis can be caused simply by the posture you have adapted to deal with your discomfort. It may have no direct input to the pain. Most who develop scoliosis to even a moderate degree do so silently with no associated pain. A direct exam and discussion with your doc are a better way to sort out this issue. ...Read more
I've experiencing severe chest and back pain for almost a week.I hav my xray result and it says i hav thoracic dextroscoliosis.Wat medcine can I take?
Nothing: That is your bone structure and it is not something that you need fixed. It is a variation in the alignment of your spine. ...Read more
I am 32 years old and have chronic thoracic back pain. I have Scheuermann's Kyphosis, disc desiccation, broad based disc bulges, facet arthrosis, etc.
Kyphosis: Palliative pain care, activity modification and tolerence yield . the most predictable positve outcomes. indication for surgical correction of kyphosis is over 60 degrees which is a huge curve, unpredictable pain reliever done to prevent progressive deformity not pain, the other changes can be related to the scheurermans disease (old news) they are not degenerative changes ...Read more
Had chest X-ray for middle back pain. It came back as dextroconvexity of the thoracic spine. What does this mean and could it be the cause?
I have middle back pain. If it were caused by a tumor either from the lungs or elsewhere, would it have shown up on an X-ray of the thoracic spine?
Acute severe back pain in thoracic spine. Does not feel muscular. Worse when sitting or lying down. Could this be cancer? The pain is a burning nature
Very unlikely: Back pain is an uncommon presentation of cancer, and a common presenting symptom of many benign conditions, some of which are not cancerous but are still serious. If it is a new pain that you have never had before, and is severe, you should definitely see a doctor. It could be an unusual presentation of heart disease... Or just a pulled muscle. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I have thoracic dextroscoliosis and left and middle upper back pain and mid chestpain.Ive done 5 session of rehab pt but nothing hapen.Wat can dis be?
PT won't change curv: Ur pain is usually not due 2 scoli, unless u were not treated and have a severe curve, and they can slowly collapse and cause pain. B sure of the diagnosis. C ur spine surgeon. ...Read more
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