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    ok 1 month ago my lower back have been killing me of pain and i went to a docter and she told me to go to coropractic and i did. however, it didnt help at all the last time i went was 2 weeks ago on friday, i then started to do stretching exercises whiched helped alot; and then 2 days ago i picked a my heavy bag and put it outside and it was fine untill yestarday when i was playing basketball and i shot the ball it hurt alot since then the pain is still there.
    now it went down a little and every time i sneeze it hurts a little or when i poo my chropractic said last time 2 weeks ago he said it isnt a herniated disk. what is the problem? and what can i do to help it.
    i’m 14 male and i hurt my self last time by running and went of course now the pain is diiferent please help me nothing works i just need to know what it is i love going to martial art and this problem may stop me please help.

    Donald Corenman, MD, DC
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    You are a 14 year old male that has lower back pain. Your chiropractor I assume has not reviewed any X-rays. If he or she has-please let me know.

    Back pain in a 14 year old could be pars fractures, degenerative disc disease or Scheuermann’s disorder. Please check the website for any of these disorders to determine if one might fit.

    Dr. Corenman

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    yes, he did and said that i dont have a fracture and that my lower vertbrate i think the l5 or something is sliping forward he had adjusted my back many times but nothing works any more what can i do please help me please.

    Donald Corenman, MD, DC
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    If your chiropractor noted that L5 is slipping forward on S1, the cause has to be either pars fractures or degenerative facets (degenerative spondylolisthesis). Do you have parents that can help you make some decisions?

    You need to see a spine specialist as you need to have a diagnosis.

    Dr. Corenman

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