I am responding to you Dr. Nassim,
Here is your response from June:
your case is so typical and easy to resolve; you need a '' block'' implantation, so go to a neurosurgeon and ask for a CCD (no matter what he will call that; spinal arthrodesis, instrumentations, screws and rods..) you have right to have a pain relieving procedure.
to know where should the arthrodesis be inserted, you do a lumbar dynamic view x-ray, such called flexion and extension.
your life will become back beautiful
waiting for feedback
Thanks so much for your response. I can't believe I am just finding out that you answered me now in late September...Ok, so are you speaking to what we have called a Neurostimulator? I have been avoiding it, but I think that this is my last resort for pain relief. Let me know if this is what you are speaking of. If not, please tell me more. As of 9/30, today, I am no better after another radiofrequency at my SI joint bilaterally. I can't have any more injections around my spine.
Hello, I have had lower back pain for the past 19 years, but i was able to control it quite effectively with out having to go thru a surgery since about 8 years now. What i did for my bulging/herniated Disc is to have cupping Therapy performed on it ( Hijama in Arabic ). And i learned also thru the years that rubbing my back on a daily basis with either olive oil alone or in combination with camphor oil, and sometimes i substitute that with clove oil and mint oil and that helps quite a bit in not only relieving the pain, but the olive oil works as an anti-inflammatory as well, and has phenols which help rebuild the degenrative cells around the lumbar area to accelerate the healing. All the best. Mahmoud
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