Hello, I was just wondering if anyone could give me some guidance as to where to next proceed in my path to try and mitigate the pain I am in constantly in? I had an MRI on my Lumbar region and the results indicated Spondylosis at L4-5 and a right paracentral disk protrusion at L5-S1 obliterating the right lateral recess and contacting the nerve root. I currently cannot sit down for more than five minutes before pain, from my mid to lower back down my right leg, starts and grows more intense as I continue sitting, the same with standing. So my options are of movement, which causes jarring and pelvic movement in turn causing more pain. If anyone could suggest some methods other than surgery, or surgery if that's the only viable option, it would be muchly appreciated. Thank you.
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replied April 24th, 2007
Re: Pain Solutions?
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replied April 24th, 2007
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Re: Pain Management
Try going to a pain management clinic. They can assess you better than anyone can. Good luck.
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