Lumbago It is the pain the lower part of the back
*Herniation of intervertebral disc.
*Tuberculosis of verterbral dise or of sacro iliac joint
*Degenerative changes in intervertebal disc.
*Onset may be sudden or insidions.
*Often history of trauma to back co-present.
*Attack of lumbago may precede sciatica by month or years.
*C.S.F. exm :Protenin contents may be riased to about 100mg/ml
And other signs i suegest the homoeo
treatment .Pl consult the homoeo doctor and 90%caure.Thanks.17.11.2016.
Hello there..... Treatments can vary depending on the severity of your symptoms and how much they limit your everyday activities. Here are some treatments you may want to discuss with your doctor, depending on your level of pain:
Non-surgical treatments – Not all patients with pain from degenerative disc disease require surgery. For mild to moderate pain, more conservative treatment methods can include medications, physical therapy, and chiropractic care.....Spinal fusion – A procedure called a spinal fusion can be used to surgically treat degenerative disc disease....