What if you told your consultant after he asked you what your doctor told you, and you told him that the pain clinic said you had Cauda root problem, and he get's off the chair and orders you to run, and I stupidly tried to, only to cause me extreme discomfort, and since the appointment I've laid in bed a day and a half hoping that what happened would get better, only for it to now stay as if my bottom is sitting in water, It has been like it before but I rested and the feeling of sitting on a wet towel got less, but now it is there all the time.
He spent the whole appointment trying to sell me the Chronic pain diagnosis , and because I asked him to review the evidence, as I told him my neck happened after the bike accident, and although I'd been told that I was unsuitable for surgery in my back, and that maybe they could fix my neck, only for him to jump up push the chair away and told me to run....why I complied I do not no, but I am bloody angry because it is now causing me a hell of a problem sitting for any length of time .
Jeeze but I've been bloody stupid, and as far as I'm concerned , after you have told him about your problem , knowing just how serious cauda aquina syndrome is, to ask a patient to run is absolutely criminal if you are a consultant and more than aware just what could go wrong, which it has. all I was asking was a second opinion, but it seems the benefits people were involved. well I never, and I am certainly going to report him to the medical people who deal with this sort of negligence, they can shove their benefits if it is to come to this, just what sort of people are they.