Chronic back pain

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See how the lowest vertebrae, L5, is sitting forward of the sacrum, this is called a spondylolisthesis.  This problem is caused by a forceful extension of the lumbar spine.  The posterior part of the spine actually breaks and the body of the vertebrae slips forward.  For about 18 months the spine is unstable, after that, it is very stable.  This problem can bel helped with decompression, spinal manipulation, and Laser.

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