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Pain in mid to lower back, occasional on lower leg, have started doing McKenzie exercises. Are it signs of spondylosis?

How does spondylosis start? How would I know I have it? I have pain in the mid- to lower-back. Sometimes, pain barely starts down side of leg but goes away quickly, especially when sitting. I started doing McKenzie exercises. Could it just be I sit at computer for too long? Can spondylosis be caused by time at computer too?
Asked On : Sun, 29 Jul 2012
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Acupressure Specialist 's  Response
Acupressure and Magnetotherapy treatment;-

this is a case of disc slip L-4,L-5 , you maytake treatment from acupressure and magnetotherapy specialist to get releif. how ever u may use acupressure plate -10 minute twice a day .and place med.power south pole of magnet at paining place. half an hour twice a day for ten days andreport. IT IS EXACTLY DUE TO LONG SITTING AT COMPUTER. u can also use magnetic cushion on your back while sitting on computer.
Answered: Fri, 24 Aug 2012
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Occupational Therapist Ishwar Patidar's  Response
you should consult with occupational therapist for work station will more helpfull too you
Answered: Thu, 23 Aug 2012
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