Julie and Rodney are from New Zealand. Julie was diagnosed with Tarlov Cyst disease and through Google she found AIMIS Spine. She searched through online blogs, Facebook and Yahoo, which provided lots of information about Tarlov Cyst with some information which included symptoms and pain associated with having symptomatic Tarlov Cyst. AIMIS reoccurred throughout Julie’s research, predominantly because of Dr. Feigenbaum, one of AIMIS Spine’s founding member surgeons who specializes in the surgical treatment of spinal cysts, specifically TC. After investigating and researching Dr. Feigenbaum, Julie had the confidence to proceed with surgery. Dr Feigenbaum reviewed Julie’s case and recommended she have surgery. Following surgery, the first thing Julie noticed was the end of her emotional trauma. She was ecstatic with her results as her physical and emotional pain was gone.
Cris and Ron are from Melbourne, Australia. Cris, a Tarlov Cyst (TC) patient who, after experiencing problems for many years googled her condition and found AIMIS Spine. In her research she read many blogs about Tarlov Cysts and made contact with Dr. Feigenbaum, one of AIMIS Spine’s founding member surgeons who specializes in the surgical treatment of spinal cysts, specifically TC. Cris knew about her condition for 5 years and, unfortunately, as is very common in TC sufferers, the doctors Cris and Ron saw would not confirm her Tarlov Cysts were symptomatic. After discovering AIMIS Spine, Dr Feigenbaum reviewed Cris’ case and recommended she have surgery performed, with AIMIS Spine, by him.
Des, from Perth Australia, had been suffering with coccygeal pain and sacral pain for at least 6 years prior to his Tarlov Cyst diagnosis. He was referred to a pain specialist and had multiple injections did not alleviate his symptoms. Des heard about AIMIS Spine after deciding to do his own research on his condition and diagnosis because the doctors in Australia were not able to help him. He investigated and researched further about AIMIS Spine founding member surgeon, Dr. Feigenbaum, which gave him the confidence to proceed with surgery.
Pam, United States, was suffering from multiple large intrasacral meningeal cysts within the sacral spinal canal causing sacral nerve root compression and sacral radiculopathy (Tarlov Cysts). Her Tarlov Cysts was discovered after she underwent an MRI. After doing her own research she located Dr. Feigenbaum. Dr. Feigenbaum suggested AIMIS as an option for Pamela and once he has explained the process and how she would fly to the beautiful island of Cyprus, she quickly booked her ticket and came to AIMIS to take care of her condition.
After a fall, Bernadette suffered from pain which gradually led to less and less movement in her lower extremities. In order to determine the cause Bernadette had an MRI which showed she had Tarlov Cysts (TC). As is very common in TC patients, the doctors Bernadette saw would not confirm TC were symptomatic. Bernadette decided to do her own research and discovered AIMIS Spine and our founding member surgeon, Dr Feigenbaum. Dr Feigenbaum reviewed Bernadette’s case and recommended Bernadette had her surgery performed by him at AIMIS Spine, where she subsequently came for surgery.