My mother is 80 years old. She is suffering from arthritis or spondylolysis for more than 30 years. She is receiving treatment from a local orthopedician. She is having NSAID and other general medicines since five years. Her ESR level suddenly rose. From last few months she felt extreme burning sensation at both of her lower legs especially after taking lunch. Since, she is unable to walk properly due to her disease and also due to severe pain, we are facing problem to take her to a doctor like before. I would like to know which medicine will be helpful to control the burning sensation. I am attaching the MRI report for your reference. Please guide.
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