MRI showing Inflammation around a Distal Coccyx Bone Spur, on T2 and STIR images, in Tailbone Pain

“STIR” images and “T2″ images on MRI are essentially like filter settings where fluid shows up bright. Some amount of fluid is normal, since many of our body tissues contain significant fluid content (for example, our fat cells [adipose] have significant fluid content). Also, we of course have the fluid we call urine within […]

Videos of Standard X-rays of the Coccyx (Tailbone), AP and Lateral Views

Below are a couple of videos showing how standard x-rays are done at the coccyx (tailbone).

These are sometimes done for patients who have coccyx pain (coccydynia, tailbone pain).

In general, the best x-rays are the sitting-versus-standing x-rays, and you can read more about those here at this link: http://tailbonedoctor.com/sitting-versus-standing-coccyx-x-rays-for-tailbone-pain/

But unfortunately most radiology centers […]

UK Sitting-Standing Coccyx X-rays for Tailbone Pain, Coccydynia

I have a great update regarding getting coccyx x-rays done in the United Kingdom.

I have previously reported that in the UK, the National Health Service (NHS) has radiology protocols that explicitly deny the usefulness of tailbone x-rays (coccyx radiographs, xrays) for patients suffering with tailbone pain (coccyx pain, coccydynia). See Link: Wrong-Minded Denials of […]

How to improve surgical outcomes when coccygectomy is done for coccydynia, coccyx pain, tailbone pain.

Here’s an idea to help improve surgical outcomes when coccygectomy is done for coccydynia, coccyx pain, tailbone pain: Intraoperative X-rays During Coccygectomy, To Improve Surgical Outcomes for Coccydynia, Coccyx Pain, Tailbone Pain I wrote this up and submitted it to a medical journal called “Pediatric Surgery International” and they published it this past week. Over […]

MRI of Broken Tailbone, Coccyx Fracture. See what the Radiologist missed!

MRI of a Broken Tailbone, Coccyx Fracture, Coccyx Pain, Tailbone Pain, Coccydynia

MRI Tips on How To See a Broken Tailbone, Coccyx Fracture. You Can See what the Radiologist Missed! Patrick Foye, M.D. discusses MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) showing of a Broken Coccyx, or Tailbone Fracture. MRI shows a Fractured Coccyx. Radiologists often FAIL to see these abnormalities! The actual VIDEO is at the bottom of this […]

Wrong-Minded Denials of Coccyx X-rays by the UK Radiology Directorate, NHS Foundation Trust

Apparently, in the United Kingdom, the National Health Service (NHS) has radiology protocols that explicitly deny the usefulness of tailbone x-rays (coccyx radiographs, xrays) for patients suffering with tailbone pain (coccyx pain, coccydynia).

A person in the UK who suffers from tailbone pain sent me the following link: (As of Feb-11-2018, this PDF can be […]

Sitting Versus Standing Coccyx X-rays for Tailbone Pain

For details on how to do sitting versus standing xrays of the coccyx for tailbone pain…

X-rays are done while the person is standing and then again while they are seated. These are also called “dynamic xrays”.

For excellent details from Dr. Maigne, in Paris, France…

Here is the link to follow:

http://sofmmoo.org/coccyx_management.htm

Best Coccyx X-ray Views: Side-View versus Front-View for Tailbone Pain

Which Xray Views are Best for Evaluating Tailbone Pain, Coccyx Pain? I recently did a video explaining which views are best when doing x-rays (radiographs) for coccyx pain (tailbone pain). Here is the text from that video, and the actual video itself is down below. (The actual video is at the bottom of this page.) […]

Yellow Highlighter Cured Cancer?!? Tailbone Pain, Coccyx Pain.

Yellow Highlighter Cured Cancer?!? Tailbone Pain, Coccyx Pain. The video is at the bottom of this page. Here is the text: I’m going to tell you a story that’s crazy, but true, of how I used a yellow highlighter to cure cancer in my father-in-law and then I’ll tell you how it’s related to tailbone […]

3-D, 3-dimensional CT scan for Tailbone Pain, Coccyx Pain

Medical imaging studies for Tailbone Pain Medical imaging studies can be very helpful in making an accurate diagnosis in patients with coccyx pain (also called coccydynia, or tailbone pain). The most common medical imaging studies for tailbone pain include: X-rays: especially “sitting-versus-standing” x-rays to look for “dynamic instability” ( unstable joints of the coccyx). MRI: […]

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