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The other day my physical therapist said that I have a "hypersensitive spine."
I'll ask my surgeon about it when I see him next week, but anyone have any idea what that means?
Compressed Discs/DDD - L2/L3, L3/L4
Major Herniation - L4/L5
Bulging Disc - L5/S1
"no healthy 24 year old's back should look like this without a major trauma"
MicroDisc L4/L5 Nov 7, 2013


  • Hi
    Hypersensitive spine issues my be related to nerve damage or spinal cord damage. BUT NOT
    Always. My reflexes in my right knee where way off. Doctor checking my reflex was kicked in the head really hard. I had no control over it. Very odd. Turned out I had Spinal cord damage at C5/6/7. Doesn't always mean you have a severe issue just follow up on it and be safe.

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