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lower back pain and cervical pain

I have had chronic lower back pain and been diagnosed with spondlyosis , but recently i have had very bad neck pain as well. Is it normal to have pain in multiple areas of spine, i can not find information on multilevel pain and am wondering if they are connected as part of the same problem i am suffering from? please help.


  • Hi Mrm!
    Yes it is common to have pain in multiple areas of the spine. May I ask how long ago you were diagnosed with spondylosis? Also may I ask what tests were done to come to your diagnoses? Glad you are here asking questions.


  • mrmenaceonemmrmenaceone Posts: 2
    edited 05/18/2013 - 10:28 PM
    I was diagnosed about 2 months ago after having a ct scan done
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    Hello Mrmenaceone,
    Yes it is possible. Spondylosis is simply arthritis and it can be both painful and found throughout the spine. Have you talked to your doctor about the pain in both areas? He can give you some ideas about ways to manage the pain and make sure that there isn't something else going on in the areas.
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