hi my son is only 7 and after suffering back pain for 6 mths has had a MRI scan the findings were there is posterior osteophyte formation with degenerative changes in levels of the lumbar spine from L2 to L5 S/1 .THE DOCTORS AS INFORMED ME THIS IS VERY RARE FOR THIS IN CHILDERN AND HE HAS A BACK OF SOMEONE WHO IS 60 CAN YOU TELL ME IF THIS IS CORRECT AS I AM LOOKING EVERYWERE AND IT LOOKS LIKE IT ONLY HAPPENS TO OLDER PEOPLE I HAVE TO WAIT 3 WEEKS TO SEE SOMEONE ELSE IAM GOING CRAZY WITH WORRY PLEASE HELP
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