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Pain in the back? Try Acupressure

Posted by Rakesh, India    Posted Date 10/31/2008

MR Imaging of Lumbosacral spine reveals early spondylotic changes are seen in the form of osteophytes facetopathy and partial disc desiccation.
- Diffuse disc bulge at L2/3 level indenting the thecal sac with mild compression of bilateral descending nerves.
- Diffuse disc bulge at L3/4 level indenting the thecal sac and bilateral descending L4 nerves.
- subligamentous posterocentral and foraminal disc protrusion with diffuse annulus and L4/5 level indenting the thecal sac with compression of bilateral descending L5 nerves.
- Diffuse disc bulge at L5/S1 level indenting the thecal sac and compressing bilateral descending S1 nerves
I had 10 sessions of physiotherepy but still if I walk for 10 minutes or stand for 10 minutes, my right leg starts paining followed by a pain in the back. Please suggest the treatment. Please suggest the treatment.
  

 



Posted by jitender, India    Posted Date 5/11/2006

plz suggest me better acupressure point for a complex patient of mine,,,,she is 74F,,,,suffering from renal disorder, diabetes,,,,BP (140/90),,,,,slip disc (Lumbar),,,,,also having less heamoglobin level,,,,excess uric acid...etc iam treating her with Yoga..... waiting for your direction....and more suggestions..thanking you.....  

 



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