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How can I treat my sore back?

How can I treat my sore back?

Check out: You have to know what is the cuase for the sore back befor you could start the treatment.Good luck thank you. ...Read more

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51 yr old aunt woke with sore back. Says one side of her back appears swollen. What could be the cause? What can she try to treat it?

51 yr old aunt woke with sore back. Says one side of her back appears swollen.  What could be the cause? What can she try to treat it?

It most likely is a : Muscle in spasm similar to flexing or contracting your muscle in your arm like popeye so it appears large or even swollen. She even may have a scoliosis in her back that she is now noticing a "bump" or deformity since her back is hurting her attracting her attention to it. She may even have a spasmodic scoliosis. ...Read more

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How to treat a sore back and hips from lifing?

How to treat a sore back and hips from lifing?

Stretching & cardio: Generally by stretching and some light cardio exercises. Sometimes heat applications or just some tylenol or ibuprophen may also help if needed. Using proper lift mechanics can help. ...Read more

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What can I do for a sore back?

What can I do for a sore back?

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 more

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I have a sore back and it's been about 2 weeks and getting worse help!

I have a sore back and it's been about 2 weeks and getting worse help!

Possible: Origins of low back pain are multi-factorials, including degenerative changes in the discs and joints from the lumbosacral spine, hips, as well as myofascial pain syndrome including trigger points from piriformis muscles. Pain in the back after walking requiring rest can be symptom of claudication (neurogenic and vascular), resulting from spinal stenosis or peripheral vascular disease. ...Read more

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How do you get a fix a really sore back?

SEE PCP: First we cannot"fix" a sore back. We are able to provide treatment that may lessen your pain or completely relieve your pain. It all first begin with a proper diagnosis. See your pcp and get started now toward relief and good health. ...Read more

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Should i go to emergency for stiff and very sore back?

Should i go to emergency for stiff and very sore back?

You could, but see--: Ing your own pcp would be better, who can examine you and run some tests ; to start treatment. If no better can refer you on to an orthopod. Good luck. ...Read more

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I keep getting very sore back pains. What should I do?

I keep getting very sore back pains. What should I do?

First find reason : For the pain there. In that region, pain can arise from a hip, spine or si joint problem. It can also be a referred pain from your abdominal or pelvic region organs as well . If the pain is getting worse or persisting over time and is bothering you, get evaluated by your doctor to start the appropriate treatment based on a correct diagnosis. ...Read more

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What can I do to relieve my sore back?

What can I do to relieve my sore back?

Exercise: Flexibility & strengthening exercises. Good posture, good mattress. ...Read more

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I am a PSW, and for a while now I have a sore back only on the right side middle area. I've had tons of massages and that won't work? What should I do

I am a PSW, and for a while now I have a sore back only on the right side middle area. I've had tons of massages and that won't work? What should I do

Doctor can evaluate: A back problem that doesn't go away should be evaluated by a primary care doctor, who might refer one to a physical therapist, orthopedic spine doctor, or physical medicine doctor (PM&R) for further treatment. If work related, the pain could be due to repetitive motions. One should show the doctor what motions cause pain, what relieves pain, what medicines have been tried, any past injuries, etc. ...Read more