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What does compressed vertebra and non replying nerve mean ?

hy sir i m 32 male my doctor is neorologist and orthopadic specialist hy sir i m 32 male my doctor is neorologist and orthopadic specialist after the checking my knee and vertebra x-ray doctor prrescribe me: gabafix 3 times a day. feldren 20 2 times a day. medigesic 2 times a day he cant told me for MRI or CT scan he says nothing to worry he told me ur vertebra compression is the cause of burning sensation in full leg and tingling sensation in many area of body somtimes. tell me how to de-copress the vertebra tell me any excercise name then i m searching on youtube in video can i must doing MRI or CT scan wht do u say doctor says when vertebra is compressed the nerve is not replying normaly it is tru i want ur comments thnx regards
Asked On : Sat, 25 Jun 2011
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Thanks for query,
Unless you have h/o injury on back decompression of vartebrae is not possible at this age.
but as MRI and ct scan is normal so nothing to worry.
Go for back extension exercise,
Do physiotherapy and SWD.
ok and bye.
Answered: Sat, 25 Jun 2011
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