In this fifth and final episode of ‘My Back Is Killing Me,’ the Joint Task Force brings in a rheumatologist to explain what’s really going on with the victim’s pain symptoms.
Although Jed Finley was diagnosed with ankylosing spondylitis as a tween, he didn’t take it seriously until it starting stealing his ability to live his life fully, like making driving dangerous.
In this first episode of ‘My Back Is Killing Me,’ a police officer and detective duo encounter a strange case of chronic back pain they need to solve ASAP.
Roz’s father and one of her brothers had ankylosing spondylitis. But even as her pain persisted and spread throughout her body, doctors dismissed the idea that she could have it too.
In this third episode of ‘My Back Is Killing Me,’ the Joint Task Force interrogates a back pain suspect lineup to help crack the case.
Hannah Moskowitz’s pain, fever, and fatigue weren’t ‘textbook’ for an AS diagnosis. But she persevered until she and her doctors could figure out what was wrong.
In this second episode of ‘My Back Is Killing Me,’ the Joint Task Force learns about all the back pain misdiagnoses the victim has encountered along the way.
In this fourth episode of ‘My Back Is Killing Me,’ the detective looks at other mysterious back pain cases — and just might get the clues she desperately needed.