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Spine surgeries to treat back problems are indicated only when there are evidences of nerve root compression
scans; no other associated conditions are responsible for the symptoms and when conservative line of treatment fails to produce significant relief as to help you lead a normal life.
Accordingly, though the MRI scan doesn't report anything very concerning, if all conservative treatments have failed, then surgical options needs to be considered sooner or later. That being said, it is not very clear what treatments have already been tried on you.
Theoretically conservative treatments for such problems consists of
- Use of analgesic
- Epidural injection
I duly appreciate your efforts in posting this query here; however I have to apologize that without an opportunity to examine and evaluate you, it is difficult to answer your query. I suggest you to take a second opinion
from an experienced spine surgeon/neurosurgeon.
Wish you good luck!!!