Desiccated Disk w/ Annual tear and Tarlov Cysts

I have been suffering with back pain for over 7 months and it's getting worse. I had a MRI done that came back with Disk desiccation at L5-S1, thiny focus of hyperintense signal, annular tear, disk protrusion at this same location. Also it states that I have 2 tarlov cysts of different sizes and locations. What do I need to do or whom do I need to see to get this taken care of?

Posted By Cheri on May 14, 2007 at 16:16:02:

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