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When the bones in the lower spine break due to trauma, several medical descriptions exist. Terms include cervical-lumbar compression fractures, ruptures, breaks, cracks, or fissures. Some doctors call this a “vertebral compression fracture,” for example.

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In most cases, this type of fracture takes an extreme force to do the damage. But for every rule, an exception exists. But the elderly, or cancer patients have become brittle. Lower impacts on weak people like them can be tragic. The same goes for women with osteoporosis. A slight stumble quickly means permanent harm.

Spine Fractures, What Are The Annual Statistics?

Statisticians estimate that 150,00 U.S. residents are stricken with spinal fractures each year, with at least 12,000 people suffering spine disorders, including an estimated 6,000 back injury deaths. Ehline Law Firm spinal cord injury attorneys remain the “go-to” lawyers for back injuries, achieving remarkable court success winning cases.

Our satisfied past clients, peers, and adversaries praise us for our excellent reputation, service, results. We will promptly return our customer’s calls, continuously keeping clients apprised of their latest crucial case matters. If you suffered a severe lumbar break, the superior Los Angeles injury lawyers at Ehline Law Firm stand ready to assist you right now at (213) 596-9642. Call us today or fill out our online contact form and receive rapid legal assistance immediately.

Lumbar Compression Fracture Symptoms – What Are They?

When a fracture of the spine bones takes place, wide-ranging symptoms present themselves. And this affects suffering people in many ways. The severity of the break determines the pressure placed on the spinal cord. Some broken bone injuries will be mildly painful, while others feel worse or even have their lives terminated.

The symptoms include:

  • Numbness: numbness might exist in the back or legs, lacking feeling being symptomatic with severe cases.
  • Weakness: if nerve damage exists, weakness or tingling in the back of your legs will occur often.
  • Pain remains a possible symptom of a fracture, usually happening in your lower back but sometimes in your upper back, neck, hips, and abdomen.
  • Paralysis: when the fracture involves the spinal cord, partial or permanent paralysis could occur.
  • Urination and Bowel Problems: lumbar compression fractures place pressure on the spinal cord. Also, it impairs a person’s ability to urinate or have bowel movements.

How Do You Get Your Fracture Diagnosis?

When trauma causes a cervical/lumbar fracture, the person could feel pain right away. To have this fracture diagnosed and treated, you need medical care. The physician will order spine testing. This trauma determines the amount of damage done to that point.

  • X-Rays: The physician will order x-rays, enabling these experts to identify your fracture’s location.
  • C.T. Scan: Doctors sometimes order a CAT scan, also known as a C.T. scan, with x-rays often proving insufficient and scans proving more intricate in helping physicians determine your fracture’s stability by providing different views.
  • MRI: if your physician suspects you sustained nerve damage, they should order an MRI, further allowing a look at your spine’s surrounding soft tissue seeking any abnormalities.

How Did My Compression Fracture Happen?

Compression fractures also naturally occur. Sometimes degenerative diseases like osteoporosis or cancer get diagnosed. These could cause vertebral compression fractures.

So these illnesses weaken the bones of the spine. Trauma to the spine bones also causes fractures in healthy people. Most of all, accidents causing fractures stem from slip/falls and car accidents.

How Do You Pay for Your Back Injury Medical Treatment?

Treatments for cervical-lumbar compression fractures depend on the severity and type. Surgical and nonsurgical procedures exist. But these will depend on if the fractures stay stable or unstable. Stable fractures sometimes heal if you keep the pressure off. Usually, the patient wears a brace.

You can heal far more quickly by using a brace, rest, medications, and physical therapy to help you heal, assisting in muscle strengthening the muscles, helping heal injuries. But unstable fractures or those causing nerve or tissue damage require surgical or other treatments, including pain injections called “epidurals” prescribed by your physician.

Spinal Cord Treatments Will include:

  • Surgical Decompression: reducing pressure on the affected area is achieved by manually manipulating your bones and ligaments with excess nerve or spine pressure, indicating you must undergo critical surgical bone removal.
  • Vertebroplasty and Kyphoplasty: treatments remain controversial as these facture location cement injections may fail to heal despite their goal of assisting spinal stability.
  • Surgical Fusion: of the wounded patient’s vertebrae by implanting the victim’s broken bones with securing screws, rods, or hooks generally helps mend the patient’s fractured bones. Your doctor’s goal will be stabilizing your wounds, helping with your body’s healing process. Spine surgeons may prescribe other bone grafting surgical procedures, yet these surgeries come with severe infection risks, coupled with high failure probability problems.

Compression Fracture Prognosis – How Do You Receive One?

Many compression fractures remain capable of healing if treated. However, some treatments lead to paralysis and death. Even people helped by nonsurgical treatment will need perhaps three months to heal. And folks who need surgery need several months to recover.

What Accidents Do We Help Clients With?

Ehline Law Firm has provided reliable legal help. We have won money for those suffering from cervical and lumbar injuries. These clients sustained injuries in various ways.

These include:

  • Motor vehicle collisions
  • Work-related accidents
  • Slip and fall injuries

Also, our lawyers remain honed, assertive, and illustrious. We have a no holds barred style. And we go toe to toe battling belligerent insurance companies. We have no fear of fighting and defeating their army of defense attorneys. Our confident and caring forte remains to manage and master extremely contentious medical cases.

We Fight Insurance Companies

This expertise includes help with disc bursts and compression fractures. We understand how evil insurance companies look at these injuries. And we know how to turn things around to get you a recovery that might seem like a windfall. It is so dang good!

So we use this knowledge to obtain the highest possible payout. We win money for your wounds. Contact us for free legal advice. Call at your earliest convenience and talk with a good listener who knows the civil courts and the civil accident law system.

Schedule a Free Consultation With Your Los Angeles Spine Compression Attorneys

As always, it’s confidential whether you retain our services or go with another less qualified accident law firm in the city nearest you. Everything is risk-free and we have a no-win-no-fee promise extended to all new clients.

Once we hear you out, we can develop a game plan and get your life back into a positive trajectory.  Call (213) 596-9642 and discover the Ehline Law difference now. Don’t let your time to sue to expire and lose everything. 

Other Citations:

1. Taber, Clarence Wilbur; Venes, Donald (2009). Taber’s cyclopedic medical dictionary. F.A. Davis. pp. 2173–4.

2. https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/0022510X9290014C

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