Do I need an MRI for low back pain? Dr. Brady, from the Brady Back Institute, goes into detail on when you need an MRI, what it tells your doctor and why it’s so important to have a great ordering doctor and a great radiologist. With error rates as high as 48% the deck can be stacked against you. Learn how to take steps to prevent becoming a victim of the healthcare system.
0:47- Low back pain describes a symptom, NOT a diagnosis.
12:07- Get the category right, put it in context, now you’re dealing with the truth. Anything shy of that is sloppy.
12:43- The average missed rate for disc herniation is 48%
12:54- There is a 44% average miss rate overall.
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26:59- Case Presentation: #3