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Intense pain, X-ray detected minimal scoliosis. What is the cause of pain?

Hi,Thanks for Your time just wondering about xray results been in a lot of pain,the way I see it nothing really a matter??? kinda down on that with the pain 24/7...the results read normal lumbar lordosis is preserved,there is minimal loss of disc space at L5-S1 level,vertebral body heights are preserved.there is no listhesis. on AP view is minimal right scoliosis . cholecystectomy clips are noted.
Asked On : Wed, 20 Jun 2012
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Welcome to Healthcaremagic.

The Xray mentions that you have a milder problem in the vertebral joint in the lower back.Well, the problem is of very mild severity now but if unattended may lead to compression of the nerves around the joint and cause problems related to the lower limbs.Do consult a Orthopedician for the needy treatment.

Wish you good health
Answered: Wed, 20 Jun 2012
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