Re: can a slight reflection of the thecal sac cause constant pain and loss of musle?
just where is your actual pain and the muscle loss located? what was the cause of what you mentioned as a 'nuclear injury"? never heard that before. is this from like a radiation treatment or something?
what would normally be behind any actual loss of muscle(atrophy) would be non use from either movement just causing too much pain so you simply don't push that muscle to the fullest extent, OR it could be from actual loss of nerve flow to the area. more commonly the motor nerve. the motor nerves are just what send signals to muscle in our bodies. marcia
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