|It sounds like what you're describing is soft tissue injures in your lower back region, which can become worse over time. Given the severity of your pain and the functional limitations it's now placing on you, it probably is time to consult with a reputable physician or medical acupuncturist who can help you determine your next step as intensive acupuncture can be helpful..|
|Thanks for taking the time to read all that.
Right now I'm fighting with my employer. You see.. workers compensation is paying me when I'm off and my employer is Appealing that decision and bring me to court over it.. their reason is they say I didn't get hurt at work because i didn't go to the doctor right after the incident, bla bla bla...and so
Now I have to go see workman'c comp's orthopedic surgeon. I asked them if I should still see a specialist and they said no.. but i have another idea..
I'm going to my doctors this week and asking to see a specialist for my back. This will help with both the work issue and my cluelessness about my MRI results.
Thank you again for all your help and advice.
Ps: Do you know anything about dealing with Workmans Compensation? I live in Canada and it's called WSIB here.
|Glad you have any appt with an orthopedic surgeon. Just be sure that he/she is an orthopedic sugeon that specializes in spines not just a general orthopedic surgeon. I would also suggest that you consider getting a second opinion if this surgeon suggests surgery for you.