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left rear buttock

l5nS1nDONEll5nS1nDONE Posts: 1
edited 01/02/2015 - 4:58 PM in New Member Introductions
searing pain creeping for 4 months, now debilitating/ i had s5-l-1 fusions/decompression with a bone cage, totally successful, now experiencing stabbing/wincing pain standing up/sitting down/ reaching etc. tried stretching, foam roller, personal friend is a physical therapist and thinks it is disc related and naturally it is the holiday weekend. any thoughts for relief at home? prefer organic if possible


welcome to spine-health

it would be very helpful if you could provide us with more details. here are some questions that you
should answer:
  • - when did this first start?- was it the result of an accident or trauma?- what doctors have you seen?- what conservative treatments have you had? which ones?- what diagnostic tests have you had? and their results- what medications are you currently using?- has surgery been discussed as an option?- what is your doctor’s action plan for treating you?

providing answers to questions like this will give the member community here a better understanding
of your situation and make it easier to respond.

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also please remember, there is no one on this forum site that is a medical professional. therefore, no one can provide you with a diagnosis of your problem. you need to discuss that with your doctor.

--- ron dilauro, spine-health system moderator : 01/02/15 22:58

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