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MRI scan of spine shows lumbar spondylosis. Taking calcium and painkillers. Have diabetes

DEAR DOCTOR, I GOT MY MRI SCAN DONE FOR MY SPINE DUE TO FALL ON 6.12.0000. MY AGE IS 51 YEARS. MALE. * IMPRESSION OF SCAN REPORT; WEDGE COMPRESSION FRACTURE OF D10 VERTEBRAL BODY. *THE FRACTURED D10 IS MILDLY COMPRSSING THE THECAL SAC . * SPINAL CANAL AND CORD ARE NORMAL. *MILD CHANGES OF LUMBAR SPONDYLOSIS AT L4-L5; L5-S1 MY SPINAL PAIN STILL EXIST SINCE 5 MONTHS. I HV USED CALSIUM TAB FOR 40 DAYS AND PAIN KILLERS FOR 15 DAYS. I AM NOT ABLE TO SIT FOR LONG TIME. KINDLY ADVICE ME SUITABLE MEDICINE. I AM ALSO DIABETIC. REQUEST YOUR QUICK ADVISE. THANK YOU AND REGARDS. SURESH/ INDIA. MY MOBILE NO; +91 0000
Asked On : Wed, 27 Feb 2013
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Hi Suresh,

If you are interested in taking alternative treatment like Homeopathy you can express your interest by contacting me through this site.Calcium and painkillers only will not help in all the cases more so in a case liek yours. Homeopathy is a painless, harmless and effective form of treatment especially where the conventional system seems to have failed.

Regards
Answered: Wed, 6 Mar 2013
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