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Having back ache. MRI shows adequate canal, not able to bend, pain in leg. What is the solution?

sir i am having backache since 3 year and i felt jerk at back then i took MRI diagnosed as adequate canal. Small posterior right paracentral exstrusion of L 3-L 4 disc causing minimal thecal sac compression. Diffuse bulge with small posteriorleft paracentral potrusion of L 5-S 1 disc indenting thecal sac and left s1 root. doctor told wil get normal even after 5 months i cant mobilize at back and bend. I cant sit . Since 3 days i am feeling pain in left leg also wats the solution . My height 180cm and weight 62kg
Asked On : Wed, 16 May 2012
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General & Family Physician 's  Response

Welcome to HealthcareMagic forum.

As per your MRI scans, there are enough causes to explain the back ache. Now since you report worsening of pain and referral pain to the leg, I fear the condition may have worsened.

Back problems such as yours are managed conservatively with help of analgesics, physiotherapy and rest. Intrathecal steroid injections are needed in some cases. When there is no improvement with conservative line of management or if there is worsening of complaints with neurological involvement, surgical treatment would be required.

Hence I encourage you to visit a spine surgeon or neurosurgeon. A careful examination of spine, neurological examination and probably a repeat of scan might be needed. If the worst is suspected, you might need surgery. Else you may discuss about intrathecal injections and physiotherapy with them.

Hope this helps. If there are any other information’s which you like to share, you are welcome.

Answered: Thu, 21 Jun 2012
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Physical Therapist or Physiotherapist Ritesh Kharnal's  Response
Take a complite bed rest and take a traction and IFT physiotherapy
Answered: Fri, 22 Jun 2012
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