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Lower Back Pain After A Fall
Low back pain is pain that occurs in the back above the buttock area and below the ribs. Low back pain can be sharp, dull, intermittent or constant. Pain can be at rest or associated with activity. Back pain can also be accompanied with pain that shoots or radiates down into the lower extremities or legs which is frequently ...Read more
Pain in lower back and upper back leg while sitting, or lying down. Lasts a few days, comes back every few months. what could it be?
Back pain: Unusual to have back pain for 2 months after a fall. Concerns would be an occult fracture which should be much better by now. Recommend that you do a neutral spine core stability program for a few weeks. If not significantly improved it may be time to have it evaluated. Can see videos of neutral spine exercises on youtube. This includes planks and "birddog". ...Read more
I have pain in my right hip after sitting down for awhile, goes away after a few steps I also suffer from lower back pain.
Below: Unable to give answer without an exam and xrays. ...Read more
Lower back pain subsided after 2 weeks rest. Continued gym after that, now pain radiates from between hips and a little above it. Solution?
Hurt my back a yr ago& pain went away until a few months ago.feels tight pain runs from the upper to lower back.Hard to bend&lift&excercise&carrystuff?
Your symptoms: sound like muscle spasms, but it could also come from herniated disc. See your doctor for accurate diagnosis and proper treatment, especially because it is a recurrent problem. ...Read more
Good time to eval: It is a good time to go in for a thorough interview, exam, and possibly some tests to help determine the cause and the best treatment plan. Good luck! ...Read more
Having mid/lower back pain. Now the pain after a week its starting to move into hip/buttocks after a car wreak. Thoughts besides muscle strain?
Back pain: The back pain can be caused by muscle strain, spinal stenosis, ruptured disc, nerve impingement ... The treatment depends on the cause of the pain. If your pain persists, you should seek help from a health care provider. You might benefit from a comprehensive evaluation and treatment. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Mild discomfort and pain in back. Warm lower back while lying on the bed? Anything serious. Started after my back become stiff for a while
Exam: Your symptoms require an examination, evaluation, diagnosis and treatment ...Read more
I have been having pain in my back lower neck. The pain stretches from shoulder to shoulder. Sometimes it stretches down my spine to lower back.
Neck pain: Pain in the neck that is muscular is frequently felt between the shoulder blades and down to the mid back. This follows the anatomy of the trapezius muscle. Pain is likely from spasm due to overcompensation if these muscles for painful neck muscles or joints. The other source if pain is "referred" pain. Disc arthritis pain may also be felt in this region. Treatment is nonsurgical with pt, nsaids. ...Read more
Not a problem: This is very unlikely to be a problem. If it persists in the future on multiple occasions, discuss it with your doctor. Is the pain present at other times as well? May be related to a strain injury, physical labor, etc. Other symptoms? The only one that would really bother me is blood in the urine. If this is present, see a doctor. ...Read more
Back sprain?: If pain is radiating down one leg or buttock we consider disc disease seriously---much more common is pain from the facets, ligaments, muscles, etc ---depend on duration and severity--- first try muscle relaxant, anti-inflamatory, physical therapy, heat, tens unit---if no relief in weeks--need exam, then probably MRI to look at disc, facets, bony surs, etc. ...Read more
I have a chronic lower back pain. Before my back gets seized and i'm in excruciating pain, i start walking tilted to my left side?
Need Evaluation: Obviously, you should not let this continue. The answer maybe very simple and treatment equally easy. If you have had medicine, and physical therapy, someone must have prescribed it. Do you have a name for what you have. A diagnosis is key, thus treatment can be targeted. Hopefully by now someone has looked at your lower back via an mri, and your kidney function, at least for starters. Cheers! ...Read more
Mysterious nerve pain appeared after a coccygectomy in lower abdoman and lower back also worsened when looking down pain only occurs at night and last upto 4 hours cannot sit still as pain is continous?
Coccygectomy: This really depends on the exact location of the pain. By the location it sounds like this is a muscular pain. ...Read more
I went to a pain management clenic wit minor back pain after a couple shots and freezindg the nerve in the lower back now i been having major back pai?
?diagnosis: What is the diagnosis ? Did an MRI show a bulging or ruptured disk, arthritis, cyst etc.?Perhaps you should reconsult an orthopedic surgeon for review of your symptoms and tell the pain management specialist that you are experiencing increasing discomfort. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Pinched nerve: It sounds like you have "sciatica" -- a pinched nerve where it comes out from the spinal cord between the spine bones. Surgery can keep you in an awkward position while you are asleep, and worsen a minor, not noticed problem that existed before surgery. You should see your primary provider for an examination and studies to make sure it is not something more serious, and to get treatment. ...Read more
I'm having back right thigh muscle pain. I have treated for back disc problem nearly a year back. When sitting in office severe pain in leg.
Slight discomfort (no pain/numb) in lower back (sacrum) after sledding on back over a ramp; feels loose when jumping. Any strengthening or concerns?
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