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Fix L5-S1 compression and T2 subluxation

Hi there,

Recently I was diagnosed with L5-S1 compression, L4 slight spondylolisthesis, L3 left side subluxation and T2 left side subluxation, effecting T3 and T1.
They told me it was minor, which I believe, since I experience mostly stiffness and tingling in the soles of my feet.
But I am unable to do most sports, and have become quite stiff, which is why I really want to fix this.

The funny thing is, in the Netherlands, for four years, nobody could ever diagnose me.
In India however, I found a doctor who could explain me the issues in my spine, and they really are in accord with the problems I experience.
The docter who diagnosed me however, is unreachable by any means: e-mail, texts and phone.
This is a complete mystery, but unfortunately the reality, and therefore I have to look for alternatives.
I'm currently abroad, and can pretty much travel anywhere.

I was wondering if anyone was able to fix these issues, with what program and at which clinic or physiotherapist?

I'd be really grateful for any kind of advice and help and am extremely motivated to realign my spine and get this over with ;-)

Kind regards


  • SavageSavage United StatesPosts: 7,385
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  • SavageSavage United StatesPosts: 7,385
    Im curious as to what kind of doctor you were seeing. Chiropractor?

    For my chronic pain and spinal issues...I am being seeing seen by a Pain Management/spine specialist doctor.
    My primary doctor tried working with my pain two years before referring me to PM. Best thing for me!

    PM doctor did tests on me that at the time I never even heard of. He found my spinal issues and was able to bring my pain levels down to manageable level.

    I understand from others physiotherapist also very helpful.

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    Please read my medical history at: Medical History

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