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exaggerated lordosis hypermobility and hyper mobile in the spine

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • August 12, 2007
  • 06:23 AM

I have constant back pain about 6" from the belt line and legs are constantly
sore,left hand tongles and hard to hold on to anything with that hand.Ankles
give out when walking.I have been diagonosed with exaggerated lordosis,
hypermobility of the thoraric and lumbar spine,hypermobile also in the thoratic
and lumbar spine and lumbar paraspinals were hypertonic upon palpatation.
left hip is externally rotated with gait and I have decreased arm swing and
transverse movement throughout the trunk with gait.I went through therapy
for 4 weeks and it helped a little but I had to quit the excersises because of
lower back pain and I would get cramps in my legs every day.I have one
kidney the right one was removed when i was 16 due to a large cyst from
Tuberous Sclerosis,I am wondering would that cause your belly to bulge out
due to having the one kidney removed.My doctor never ordered x rays to
pinpoint the back problem and the severity on the curveature,I am a 50 year
old male and have a family history of back problems. I can't sit or stand up
longer than 20-30 minutes without pain in my lower back and lgs.

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