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I have chronic low back pain that exists in the lower right side of my back and radiates to the front. MRI shows arthritis in spine. Is this related?

Yes. it is probably related but check with your doctor who knows all of your history and can give you the best answer, Read more...
Probably yes. Arthritis in spine with degenerative joint disease can show up with chronic low back pain, and radiate to the front, as muscles and tendons, and nerve roots all are connected in the body. See a DO, an osteopathic physician with a neuromusculoskeletal medicine focus to help assess, and treat your condition to provide maximum decompression, and pain relief. Read more...

I have lower back pain due to arthritus, what can I do?

Arthitis. Assuming your pain is from the joints in your back(facets) check in to someone who injects them and can do radio frequency of the nerves to the joints. This is called radio frequency ablation of the medial branch nerves to the facets. Read more...
Proper. stretches followed by strength program may help. If pain persist, start with X-ray. Read more...

I was told that I didn't need surgery because my low back pain is from arthritis how can I get help.?

Back pain. See your pmd and he may send you to a pain doc or a rheumatologist. Keep in mind that rehabilitation is very important along with your own activity. Hence pt is a definite. If medications are needed then the pain doc can assist. Read more...

Ckd stage 3 taking NSAIDs lately (1 week)due to arthritis, urine getting dark and having low back pain, concerns?

CKD. NSAID medications are generally not given to patients with chronic kidney disease as they put patients at risk for acute kidney injury and progression of disease. With that being said, small doses of NSAIDS may be tolerated by some patients. Regardless, chronic use of NSAIDS for back pain should be avoided - Acetaminophen and stretching exercises will help you more :) Read more...