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Disc prolapses, spondylolisthesis (gliding vertebrae), stenosis (narrowing)of the spinal channel

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Disc prolapse, spondylolisthesis (gliding vertebrae), stenosis (narrowing) of the spinal channel and sciatic pain have initially a common cause (subluxations of the pubic bone, the ilio-sacral joint and the tilt of sacrum and pelvis as well as an inclination of the pelvis), but disc prolapses, gliding vertebrae or a stenosis of the spinal channel in most of the cases are not cause for sciatic pain.