I the result from my MRI at the doctors and basically it was pretty inconclusive. The main beef of the report was that I had a slight bulge on the left side in my low back. It didn’t cover the orientation of the vertebrae on each side of the disk, what the continuity is of the outer part of the disc is. Is it a lateral or anterolateral bulge. What is the degree of the bulge. Essentially, zillions of people have some slight natural bulging of the disc in the low back. If you have a tight right side, it pulls the right sides of the vertebrae together, opening the left side, allowing for some minor bulging to occur. I’d really like to be able to take a look at the picture to get a better idea of what is going on. I’m not a huge fan of written reports of MRI’s and such. They tend to not really tell the whole story. 

Anyhoo, the back is better now and I know what causes the issues and now to prevent them, so I guess that is the big thing. 

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