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Pain in back and spine, trouble in walking, sitting and holding

hi, I broke my back last year and just found out it was broke I had my c5,6,7 fuzed in 09 now Im have pain and my spine is going numb and my legs and arms too went to a spine surgen he said its in my head nothing is wrong but he never mri my hole back just my c5,6,7 area i have trouble walking and sitting and holding something in my hands without droping it. please help me . thanks
Asked On : Mon, 7 May 2012
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Some people who undergo spinal surgery especially related to trauma have such problems.If the symptoms are severe it is good to have an MRI of the dorso-lumbar spine and an Xray of the sacrum and coccyx taken.If these are normal you have to start physiotherapy after consulting a physiotherapist.If a CT or an MRI of your brain was not taken you can also consider taking it after consulting a neurologist to rule out any injury to your brain
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