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Getting back pain, difficult to walk, burning back. Diagnosed as spine moved 14mm. What to do?

hi im a female age 41 i all the sudden got back pain kept getting worse till i couldnt walk been to hos ptial and chiropractor. got treatment at chiropractor can walk but he said my spine moved 14mm to left it didnt fix spine but did fix where i could walk he said was probly pinching nerve i dont know what could be causing my spine to shift and i have no health insurance to figure it out. i also get burning in back i really need help im afraid i wont be able to walk again please help me
Asked On : Fri, 8 Feb 2013
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The pain in the back with the burning in the back is likely to be due to a prolapsed disc with a nerve root compression. Going to a chiropractor will not help you much. You need prescription muscle relaxants and methylcobalamin supplements.
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Dr. Praveen Tayal
Answered: Thu, 14 Mar 2013
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