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SI joint pain-Can you describe your symptoms please?



  • SavageSavage United StatesPosts: 7,385
    edited 01/02/2016 - 11:27 AM
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  • L5s1llyL5s1lly Palmdale, CaPosts: 4
    Got x-rays recently showing I have quite a few problems. Starting from the bottom i have oversupination with flat feet (rare I know but my feet turn out and knees turn inward. Bad) I also have spina bifida occulta, my l5s1 disc is about 95% degenerated, I also have a very obvious Lumbar Lordosis,which in turn causing my l5 to go out of alignment with my L4. I also have a nearly 2 inch cervical lordosis. As well as hip misalignment(my left hip is noticeable higher than right) and shoulder displacement. Oh and scoliosis. I've have pretty nasty tendonitis when I was younger. And I'm 19. Guess it really does run in the family. Does anyone else have this much trouble with their backs? My limp is starting to become unbearable. Even after setting my pelvis quite often.
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