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  • Hi everyone,

    I have it rough. Two weeks ago I push some snow. I'm 3.5 months post op. I felt good, pushed some snow, went to work. I came home and felt a burning in my back. I think the twisting did it to me. The pain started to pick up down my leg. I took it easy for 3 days. Went to work. You see, I drive for a living, and went to work three days and felt the pain in my back worsen. I kept on getting kicked around by the neuro office. They referred me to a physiatrist. Noone gave me any answers, just more medication. My pain even hit the great toe. I had an MRI, nothing was different. Thank God. What do I do now? Get a another opinion from another neuro? Do I go back out on Disability? Do I need more time to heal? Any thoughts?
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