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These should be current… within the last 2 years for most cases.
MRI's or CAT Scans (in cases where MRI's are not possible) are mandatory when considering a patient as a decompression candidate. The best way to make a definitive diagnosis of a disc injury is via MRI. MRI's show us the disc, bone, ligaments, nerves, joint disease, muscle integrity, change and more.
Did you know? An X-ray is used almost exclusively to visualize bone, not disc. Therefore an X-ray is not an appropriate study to evaluate a disc problem. (Lots to think about… I know!)
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