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Old 05-15-2009, 05:19 AM   #1
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Hey fellows, recently found out that I have a joint in my lower back that is turned the wrong way and may need surgery to stabilize. Just wanted to know if there is anyone who has seen someone overcome this without getting cut and what I can do to stay clear of the .

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You would have to be more specific.
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one of the vertibrae joints in the 2nd and 3rd lumbar is flat with my back on the right side. This limits movement and 'locks up'. After a few days the right hip has pierceing pains. I am getting treatment with a chiropractor. If this does not get better to the point that I will be good to go, I may have to have the surgery in which they will more or less fuse the two vertabre together. I've heard of people after fusing and they are never the same after. Don't want that to be me.
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