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I Have So Much Pain In My Back
No: Although the lower back and the hip work in coordination, it would be very unusual to see significant increase in low back pain after hip replacement. Improved mobility in the new hip replacement may actually lessen the strain on the lower back. Talk to your surgeon and consider seeing a physical therapist for help. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
First, move around: If no prior spine surgery, significant injury or congenital abnormalities, movement after prolonged immobilization of any joint causes some discomfort. Start regularly moving through all ranges of motion then progress to strengthening all core muscle groups, use a trainer first, lose weight if needed then make all of the above habitual. ...Read more
Tips for back pain? I know there's not much but that you can do for it, but is there anything like natural healers?
Back pain: Actually, there are a number of options for back pain. If I had to give one recommendation it would be to find a way to increase overall range of motion. Many people suffer from tight hamstrings as they get older along with excess weight. Increasing flexibility & strengthening erector spinae muscles can help alot. I like water aerobics, MILD yoga, and gentle back lifting exercise. ...Read more
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