I have issues with my l4 l5 and s1 I also have sacroilits, scoliosis and now developing neropothy in my legs. Any suggestions. Also my feet are cramping?

Neuropathy treatment. We try topicals, oral meds, physical therapy, chiropractic, acupuncture and/or injections. You would also need to check the arterial supply for cramping, and/or electrolyte imbalance.

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I have issues with my l4 l5 and s1 I also have sacroilits, scoliosis and now developing neropothy in my legs. Any segestions on treatment. No MRI yet....

Hard to know w/o MRI. Honestly, it is really very hard to know that it is even at L4/5 without an MRI. I assume you maybe had one in the past (?) based on your described diagnosis of scoliosis and sacroiliitis. Neuropathy is not usually from scoliosis or even L4/5 disc disease, so you might have something else. I would recommend an MRI of the lumbar spine without contrast if you really want to know for sure about L4/5. Read more...
Back pain. Back pain secondary to the above changes you are describing can be tough to deal with. Keeping active and performing daily stretching exercises usually helps - other patients experience relief with Tylenol (acetaminophen) and ibuprofen. Lastly, referral to a spine specialist for consideration of a brace or surgical intervention may be appropriate. Read more...
Await MRI . MRI will give much more information about the specific cause of your pain, and then you can discuss the options for treatment with a spine specialist. Read more...

I have disuse atrophy in my right leg, and foot, due to nerve damage in l4/l5 s1.Had a failed back surgery 02'13. Will I lose ability to walk one day?

Varies. It could potentially still improve. If you have not had it, I would recommend an NCV and EMG test just to make sure there is nothing else contributing to your condition that may be treatable; for example peroneal nerve impingement at the fibular head. Read more...