My wife i shaving low back pain for last two months and it is getting verse day by day. it started after her delivery only. before it was not there. we hv done an X-ray and the result of Pelvis Xrayshows all normal and result of the Radiograph Lumbosacral spine AP and Lat view shows that ::::: Transitional Lumbosacral vertebra noted with feature sof Lumbarisation"
What is the danger of this condition??
Is there any treatment available for this situation?
Surgery is unnecessary for this disease???
Hi and welcome to the Spinal Cord Conditions/Disorders forum.
First and foremost this is not a disease.It is a congenital defect...one that will predispose the person to more lower back pain.
A well experienced Chiropractor may help with re alignments.Under this Drs care one should be ok with out surgery...again this is from what I have read on this,.,.,.we r all different and u need a Dr to evaluate ur DW...as I am not a medical professional...but want to ease ur worry over this.
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