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HomeTestimonials Decision MakingMedix Got Mr. Adler's Back

Medix Got Mr. Adler's Back

At first he was told that his back pain was simply a muscle strain. Then he was sent for an MRI and was diagnosed with a tumor. A Medix review relieved Mr. Adler of his concerns

Mr. Adler's, a 39 year old gentleman from Jersey, had been suffering from back pain since the beginning of the year. During the first months of his symptoms he consulted with his doctor who attributed the pain to a muscle strain. Seeking relief from the pain, Mr. Adler visited a chiropractor a number of times; however this did not alleviate the pain. 

During the ensuing months not only did the pain persist, more symptoms were gradually added to the list of complaints; numbness, decreased abdominal sensation and sharp pain induced by sudden movements.
Eventually Mr. Adler was referred for an MRI which would paint a more detailed picture of the underlying pathology causing the complaints. The images were reviewed locally by a consultant who noted that most of the MRI showed some minor findings that wouldn’t suffice to explain the pain or slowly spreading symptoms experienced by Mr. Adler.
However some of the images from the thoracic MRI gave rise to serious concern, revealing a concentrated area of an unclear source. The imaging was reviewed locally by a specialist who posited that the images showed a spinal cord tumor. Learning of cancer is always a shocking ordeal and the addition of spinal involvement adds another layer of fears, concerns and uncertainties.
While updating his insurance policy, Mr. Adler heard about Medix and signed up for the service to get some help in managing his medical condition and coping with the drastic expected change in his life.
The Medix team quickly contacted Mr. Adler, gathering important information about his symptoms while at the same time collecting the MRI images and medical reports for review. 
The MRI was reviewed by a Medix' specialist who came back with some great news; the area that was previously thought to be a tumor was actually not a growth but merely a narrowing of the spinal canal. Imaging of the brain and spine fall under one of the most complex categories under the field or radiology. Differentiating between incidental and significant findings require years of experience and high volume patients. In this case thoracic spine stenosis accounted for Mr. Adler’s symptoms and while also requiring surgical intervention, it was not life threating and did not carry the side effects of cancer treatments such as chemo and radiotherapy.
Mr. Adler was referred to a neurosurgeon in London who concurred with the Medix diagnosis and surgical treatment plan. The procedure was successfully carried out shortly thereafter in London with no complications followed by a near complete resolution of the symptoms.
 Mr. Adler is now under supervision and has scheduled imaging throughout the upcoming months to monitor his recovery. Medix continues to be involved by periodically speaking with Mr. Adler in order to stay informed of his post-surgical progress and to remain in place should any complications or complaints arise.  
Names have been changed to protect the privacy of Medix clients

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