I too am so sorry you're having to deal with this again. Some things in life just aren't fair, are they? But we still have to push on...K?
One thing I think I'd do if that much of my back was involved is to get opinions form the best doctors I can find. The basic 'second opinion". In the Chronic Pain 101 thread at the top of the page is a link to university/teaching hospitals around the country and the world. I would get myself to the closest one and have them give you an opinion and/or treatment. With so much going on back there I have to agree with straydog...I'd worry about
something pushing into the spinal column or nerve roots and causing more damage. It sounds like you need to be stabilized asap.
Instead of you having to find that link and list, here is the list of teaching hospitals/universities where you can find cutting edge technology and research and the link also. I hope something in here is helpful to you.
Love and hugs!
* Albany Medical Center Hospital, Albany
* Mount Sinai Hospital, New York City
* Nassau University Medical Center, Nassau County
* New York-Presbyterian Hospital, New York City
* New York University Medical Center, New York City
* North Shore University Hospital, Manhasset
* State University of New York Downstate Medical Center, Brooklyn, New York City
* Stony Brook University Medical Center, at SUNY Stony Brook
* University of Rochester Medical Center, Rochester
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