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can anyone help me read mri

Ok here it goes. I fell about 12 feet off of a piece of equipment on 6-23-14. Landed on left back and elbow. Wich has gotten me into this work comp nightmare. I have severe left low back pain and my hip and leg and foot hurts. Foot is needles and big toe. Have a good limp and getting worse not much relief. No meds. Ok heres my mri of lumbar.

there is anatomic vertebral alignment seen. I dont see any acute fracture or dislocation. Normal marrow signal is seen throughout the visualized osseous structures. There is mild intervertebral disc space narrowing seen at the l5-s1 level. As well, there is desiccation of the intervertebral disc signal at the l5-s1 level.
L1-l5 normal
l5-s1 posterior central disc protrusion is seen causing mild central thecal sac stenosis. No significant neural foraminal narrowing is seen

mild subacute to chronic degenerative spondylosis of the lumbar spine most severe at the l5-s1 level

Anatomic alignment is seen without acute fracture or dislocation

Im 34 also. Ive been doing pt. Estim and massage. Feels good but not much help
Brian smith


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