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Posted by: Confused | 2007/07/09

Pain in buttock

Told have nerve trapped L5 spine right, No pain on right, Severe pain when lying down and trying to change position on left side. No pain on standing, walking or sitting.

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Dear Confused
Just let a physiotherapist also evaluate you - if there is no sign of nerve entrapment on the x/ray Left side, this may just be a deep muscle spasm or triggerpoint that will improve with proper physiotherapy.

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Posted by: confused | 2007/07/11

It was physio that diagnosed this by testing reflexs on legs and feet. slightly less sensation on right compared to left. No x-rays have been taken. Would chiro help or should I have x-rays first? Would walking help? Thanks

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