- is there anyone here who can read MRI images of soft tissue
Are there any radiographers or physiotherapists here who know how to read MRI images? I’ve had an MRI scan of my left calf due to constant irritation recently. It was injured a couple of years ago and probably due to increased bike mileage this summer it started to play up and feels like it doesn’t recover properly. Anyway I’ve had it scanned but the radiographers report says there is nothing abnormal showing in the muscle and I’m looking for a second opinion. thanks.Posted 4 years agomikewsmithSubscriberDrP wrote:
Interestingly, I rarely refer patients to singletrackworld for second opinions…..
There must be a reason why…??
(If you want a valid second opinion, there’s sensible routes to go down for one)
Is there a better web forum DrP? I’d have thought mumsnet would have an opinion.Posted 4 years agojambalayaSubscriber
I’m a bit surprised the NHS paid for an MRI for “constant irritation”, as someone who’s had many years of calf problems due to numerous tears from sport injuries playing on astro turf I’d say you’ve cumulative muscle injuries which have not healed properly, all the cycling probably isn’t helping. So basically I agree with your diagnosis. You should see a sports doctor/physio get some rehab excersizes and work on stretching.Posted 4 years ago
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