Patient data analysis

A 65-year-old female patient c/o lower back pain radiates to right leg. She has a history of hypertension, asthma and thin bones. She is unable to sleep at night and the pain gets worse when she is walking. The patient states that the pain started a couple of days after she hurt herself at work, where she was moving furniture. It was a couple of days after that she started having back pain. 3 months prior to the injury, they did a bone scan on the patient, and the T-score was -2.5″ The pain is aggravated when the patient walks and is alleviated when the patient lies down. The pain level is a 7 out of 10, and the patient’s blood pressure rises at this pain level. The patient is on lisinopril, 5 mg daily, for their blood pressure. Past history: at 32 years old, the patient had a total hysterectomy. Currently, the patient takes tylenol, 500 mg, q-6 hours. The patient has a history of asthma.The patient has a glass of wine at dinner every day. The patient has two sons that live with her, one is 24 and one is 28, and both are well. Her last mammogram was clear. Family history: the patient’s father died at 80 years old of congestive heart failure, hypertension. The mother passed away at 80 years old from breast cancer, diabetes lab tests: repeat the CT bone scan, perform xray of the upper and lower back, *add a 3rd lab test here*