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Back pain, dizziness, leg pain, numbness in leg. X-ray normal?

hello Dr., i m Syukri from Malaysia. i had a backache( lumbar ) feel like stretching and it come to head. i feel dizzy.sometimes i cannot move or wake up early in the morning because very pain at the legs(especially right side). my legs also sometimes feel numb and burning at the foot. i cannot move very well because feel pain at knee.i had a diagnose and the Dr. said that i had Schuman Kyphosis but when look at the result of the x-ray , the Dr. said my back looks like, how come Dr.?
Asked On : Fri, 30 Nov 2012
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Thanks for the query. Backache may be due to muscle dysfunction or spinal disc degeneration. Sheurmann kyphosis is increased thoracic kyphosis however it needs to be differentiated from postural kyphosis. I think you may have postural. If possible please upload your xray to tell you more about the spine. Leg pain happens when the nerves are getting pressed. If this problem is persistent and going on for few weeks then I would suggest to get examined by a spine specialist and you may need MRI spine also.
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