what are your symptoms??? what kind of work do you do? are you overweight? how is your posture??
continuous pain in neck and center/lower back. sometimes stabbing and severe aches. mgmt retail sales, not overweight, good almost great posture. although my back feels better if i could only walk and stand like Quasimodo. numbness in both hands and tingles, same in left leg.
it is possible thjat all your symptoms are muscular in origin. You may think your posture is great but it may not be. I'D CONTACT A WOMAN NAMED JOLIE BOOKSPAN and possible arrange to go to one of her clinics. check out her website--
why did you say "not overweight" when your profile says "obese"?
Here is a translation of the main stuff:
You have some loss of your normal curve in your neck, there are signs of osteoarthritis in your neck, the holes through wich nerves pass in your neck are shown to be smaller then they are normally on both sides at 4th cervical vertebrae with the disc sticking out, the canal that hold your spinal cord in smaller then normal, spondylosis refers to the alignment of the vertebrae (google it for a pic), disc disease means a decrease in height of disc and less able to support force, have some boney growth off the endplates (looks like spurs), L5-S1 disc is protruding centrally (anterior) putting pressure on the end of the cord (well, whats left of it anyways)
grade 1 is lowest grade, means the L4 vertebral body has slipped forward by 1/4 on L5, retro is the opposite, mean L5 slipped backwards
Those are the main things, let me know if you have any questions, and check out my site if you need more info on anything www.chirofatcs.info