Zak acupuncture for lumbar sacralization

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Zak acupuncture for lumbar sacralization

Post  Zak on Sun Apr 06, 2008 1:16 pm

C, female, 50 years old, continuing a year right waist pain, no history of trauma, pain sacrum at the right location, the posterior thigh and leg lateral toes. After numbness in the lateral leg, toes numb. Unable to walk. Hospital Diagnosis: lumbar sacralization.

Clinical examination; spinal look normal, straight legs bending test: hand fingertip 20 cm from the ground. Straight leg extension waist test also restricted. However, no increase from low back pain. Straight-leg raising test, left 70, right 45, highly sensitive point of tenderness at the L5-S1, iliotibial tract, epithelial gluteal nerve. Hip-flexor knees legs test was negative. X-ray :Tip of the lumbar sacral. Diagnosis: spinal soft tissue injury, and conduction with leg pain.

Treatment: zak acupuncture
Results: After a period of treatment, the patients symptoms disappeared.
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