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First Back Pain Age 19: First year of college.
Middle School Tumbling: landed on head.
Working two jobs increased stress on back. Physician normalized her pain. Labeled her Hypochondriac.
Doctor visit, first time in a while. Prescription: Tylenol instead of specialist.
First pregnancy: Fibroid tumors and back pain. No prescription for back pain.
Second Pregnancy: More back pain.
Third pregnancy: More back pain.
Began career as P.E Teacher at Clearance Galm Elementary in San Antonio, Texas. Beginning of daily back pains.
Began career as P.E Teacher at Travis Heights Elementary and Joslin Elementary in Austin, Texas.
Falling Accident at School: Fell and landed on right hand and right foot from 14 ft. high shelf. Tore ligaments in right foot and jolted right shoulder. Fall resulted in stronger back pain.
Retired 35 years to take care of body.
Made appointments with Primary doctor to see specialist.
Appointment with shoulder doctor (specialist). Went through step one of taking pills.
Pills inefficient. Step two was therapy for 6 weeks
Therapy made condition worse. Discussion of shoulder surgery. MRI needed.
Saw Primary and discussed specialist request for shoulder. Discussed traveling pain from left glutial to toes. Gave referral for 2 MRI's. Prescribed pain medication for back.
Saw Primary prescribed therapy for back.
Therapy increased back pain. Had two MRI's for back and shoulder completed. MRI for back yielded severe hypertrophic facet arthropathy on L4 to L5 spine. MRI for shoulder yielded 70%-80% tear with joint being moderately arthritic.
Met with shoulder doctor to confirm surgery.
Shoulder surgery. Removed several arthritic bone spurs.
Appointment with back specialist. Suggested step two of steroid back injections.
Appointment with spine and joint pain specialist. Did step two of steroid back injections
2 weeks later received second set of injections (very painful).
Met with back doctor to schedule back surgery in November.
Back surgery. Doctor removed many arthritic bone spurs impinging on the nerve.
Shoulder still painful. Gave steroid injection. Diagnosed with tendentious.
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