Hello people, I wonder if anyone can help for about a year now I have been dealing with pain in mid back radiating around to to front of ribs. I have seen 3 different chiropractors 1 acupuncturist and my family doctor. I had an mri and exray done and showed slight herniated disc and slight disc degeneration and mild arthritis. The pain for a while was umbarrable but lately the pain isnt as bad but when sleeping at night when ever I turn my back and stomach muscles lock up something fierce. If my legs are bent and I try to straighten them my thighs tighten up really tight. When I am up for a while working my body loosens up and I dont feel so bad but as soon as I settle down from work I start to tighten up and pain will return. My family doctor only wants to prescribe muscle relaxers. I am kind of giving up on my doctor. Any help would be appreciative.View Thread
Thanks for the reply Dave. Do you think if I went to a surgeon they will automatically say surgery. Also has anyone ever tried one of them inversion table for there back problems and if so do they help?View Thread
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