2 specific spots of lower back pain I think kidneys xray blood is norm. Pt and acupuntre was no help local dr please help?

Pain-needs local Dr. Please give your location so rquest for local doctor can be answered.
Referral. Have you primary care doctor refer you to a physiatrist for an evaluation of what could be causing your back pain. If your urinalysis was normal and the bloodwork was normal, it is doubtful it would be your kidneys.

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