Re: Lower back pain.
The MRI report is telling you that the mild Degenerative Disc Disease with a mild narrowing of the space where the spinal cord resides has now worsened and there is a tear in the disc and the disc is putting pressure where the nerves are located.
Conclusion: Your spinal problem was not corrected. You took medication to reduce the inflammation but did not address the underlying cause of the disc problem.
Please fell free to visit our web site www.curvesolutionsusa.com for a better understanding of your health problems.
Dr Anthony Gambale
Posted By Dr Anthony Gambale on November 19, 2009 at 10:37:52:
In Reply to: Lower back pain.
posted by Steve on November 17, 2009 at 08:53:51:
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