Lumbar lightning pain
by Yves Priolet
(Delta Ohio USA)
The X-rays and MRI show disc problems mainly L3-L4 and L5-S1 as well as arthritis and start of osteophytes. My chiro saw a first grade spondylolysthesis on the X-rays but couldn't find it again 3 months later on the MRI.??
Otherwise my main question is : my back is too arched at the lumbar area,what I can perceive easily,and ( aside the usual and constant pains ) if for example I happen to step accidentally into a little declivity I feel a very sharp lightning pain around L5 ( which doesn't last as acute) and I wonder if this pain is due to some instability or because of overarching even more the back ( the pain goes with the sensation of extension while accentuating the already overarched lumbar curve)?
I have now read all your books and watched the videos.I'm doing the main exercises you recommend for starting,and they already helped a lot. I ordered the back-block and will start it as soon as I receive it.
I also want to tell you my admiration for the quality of your works and dedication.
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