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  • thiyagu
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    My mother got lower back pain last couple of weeks, at the same time 2years before got a same problem “upper back” but doctors gave a small exercise after that quit normal her life. came again last couple weeks again pain in lower back and we put MRI scan again that result shows as like “

    1. Partial annular tear with posterior central and bilateral paracentral disc bulge at L4-L5 and L5-S1 level causing mild compromise of spinal canal bilateral neural foramen.

    2. Marrow edema in inferior aspect of left sacram with mild fluid in left. SI joint space – probably of degenerative orgin.

    Finally i want know what is the permanent remedy of this issue and there any alternate way? please advise me because my mother very fear about surgery.

    Donald Corenman, MD, DC
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    Lower back pain (LBP) is incredibly common in the human population. In fact, you could say that just about everyone in this life will experience lower back pain. Most of the time LBP is not dangerous but more of a nuisance. Most episodes will fade away with time and treatment.

    Your mother has degenerative disc disease of L4-S1 and some sacroiliac joint degeneration which is very common and a typical cause of LBP. A good rehab program is necessary with possible support by medications.

    Surgery is only necessary in uncommon situations. Please see the topic under “Treatments”/”When to have Lower Back Surgery” to understand when surgery is indicated.

    Dr. Corenman

    AlbertDisuza
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    Surgery is not needed at this stage and can be avoided by proper treatment. You need to visit a good chiropractor who will administer proper physical exercises, posture correction and will help her feel better.The chiropractic doctor is unique in the health care field in that much of the training in chiropractic colleges is specifically aimed at identifying and successfully treating and managing lower back conditions. This should be combined with the drugs the doctor prescribes.The results will really be great!

    thiyagu
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    Thank you so much Doctor :))

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