Re: Possible Lumbar Fracture?

Dear Andrea,

You could have a sprain/strain with damage to the lower disc or you could have a pars fracture. A break in the arch of the vertebral bone. You should see a Chiropractor or a orthopedic doctor.

You can visit our web site for more helpful information about your health problems.

www.curvesolutionsusa.com

Kind regards
Dr Anthony Gambale
Curve Solutions Team

Posted By dr Anthony Gambale on February 26, 2010 at 15:56:35:

In Reply to: Possible Lumbar Fracture? posted by Andrea on February 22, 2010 at 19:51:04:

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