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Are there any treatment to cure pain in leg,arm and neck ?

I ve had 2 rounds of mri plus xrays lower back. Haven t not seen previous pictures, no one would touch me for therapy . Told me chances to great to do perm harm. Last set of MRI and Xray 2 days ago. Xray tech said I could look at pictures. I took one look at my spine and got sick. Almost all lower part is shifted left, none really line up, openings were almost all closed up with extra bone growing. I have be taking Meloxicam for ariritis. Arms and legs numb, neck is always numb, sometimes legs cramps front and back together which I can t stop. I do need operation on both knees but this pain is different, sharp. I had times when I ll be walking and out of nowhere I ll have a what feels like a shot to my neck and then my legs go out, right now. After having seen xrays I don t wonder about any of the past pains, and now boths hips are extremely sore .. Help dennis mitchell
Asked On : Thu, 14 Jul 2011
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Thanks for the query
Its extremely hard to comprehend what exactly you are talking about. I suggest you just type out the report of your x ray and Mri.
You can try analgesics both local and systemic for the pain. Also try to get a second opinion for the surgery. Add a Vit b12 to your meds, it might help.
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Answered: Thu, 14 Jul 2011
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