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Constant Sore Back
Very slight occasional tingling in left foot most prominent when in bed, but not constant. I have a sore back from lifting kids all day. Cause?
Nerve compression: It sounds like you have inflammation that is compressing a nerve and leading to your symptoms. The position you lay in when in bed is likely exacerbating the issue. Consider treatment with anti-inflammatories AND make an appointment with you physician to be evaluated and ensure that nothing else is going on. Proper lifting techniques are also important! ...Read more
I get lowerback muscle spasms.. I have constant tight and sore lower back muscles.. I have seen a number of phys. Oest. Etc.. What is my next option?
You need a complete: Evaluation by a spine specialist if your symptoms are persisting over time. This would include a complete history and physical examination with the appropriate testing being indicated. Then, based on the results, a treatment plan can be recommended and initiated as well as modified by how you respond. ...Read more
Constant throbbing under roght rib and very tender to touch, also lots of belching sometimes back ache and right shoulder ache?
Gall bladder: Right location symptoms and age. Suggest seeing physician for evaluation. ...Read more
Supportive care: Rest, avoiding heavy lifting and excessive twisting can help. Ibuprofen or other anti-inflammatories are often helpful. Heat or ice may help as well. Gentle stretching and strengthening exercises for the core back mucles can help as well. It may take several days to week for a sore back to be relieved. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends on reason: So many causes of sore back. If it's a long standing low back issue then laying on your back on the floor with your legs on sofa helps with small movement of bringing your tail bone to your belly button works. A great physical therapist working on your core is best with some ibuprofen. Yoga/pilates is a great starting point. If you have pain that radiates or incapacitates you, see your doc. ...Read more
Most are self limit: Most just get better with time, activity modification and heat or hot showers combined with light exercise and cardiovascular exercise. Otc medication can help as can life style changes like weight control, regular exercise and avoiding smoking. Good sleeping habits and a good mattress make a difference .Make sure you have good vitamin d intake and calcium intake. ...Read more
Opposed to what?: Best to let back heal before engaging in work-out, but it's not prohibited. Light weights better than heavy weights. ...Read more
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