I don't have it with me. However, I was told that the only abnormality of all of the MRIs was the slight bulge in my neck which was treated with PT, but never affected my legs. Neither one of the neurologists discussed any issues (no matter how slight) with the rest of my back.
No, I have not. I have never even heard of a structural medicine specialist. What do you think they can do for me?
So you think that 2 MRIs, 2 summaries, 2 neurologists, and a physical trainer missed something in my lower back? It seems like a lot would have to happen in order for it to be overlooked.
"I have also given you labs which apparently have not been done, which will rule out the other possibilities."
Which labs would you recommend? They aren't listed in any of the above answers.
"I have over a 90% success rate with such patients, and most of them have had this problem missed."
Does this refer to other patients with undiagnosed leg pain? How many patients do you think you have had this success rate with?
Does this refer to other patients you've had with undiagnosed leg pain? How many patients do you think you have had this success rate with?