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The best course of action will be to see a Neurologist. The most evident diagnosis here is an impinged nerve due to a intervertebral disc protrusion in the lumbar area. Your MRI should have shown that, the next step is to perform an Nerve Conduction Study (NCS) and an electromyogram (EMG) to evaluate if the lesion is actually responsible for the symptoms. The treatment depends on the severity of the protrusion. If physiotherapy and chiropractor is not providing any relief then consideration should be given to surgical correction of the protrusion and a neurosurgeon can help with that. I would also suggest that you get your Vitamin B 12 levels checked as a glove and stocking pattern neuropathy can be caused by its deficiency, however, that seems unlikely here given your symptoms and your age.
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