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What would cause tight hamstrings, painful flutes and lower back when bending? Not from a physical activity.

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Dr. Tariq Niazi
Orthopedic Surgery
3 doctors agree

In brief: These symptoms sou--

Nd typical of inactivity for a long time.
You need to start moving and do some bending/extending of the back/ /hips/knees. Start slow ; gradually build up the reps/frequency, so to develop muscles ; get them loose (limbered) so when you do these activities, they are not so painful or tight. Muscle relaxers may also help, but i believe the exercises to stretch ; strengthen will help more. Good luck.

In brief: These symptoms sou--

Nd typical of inactivity for a long time.
You need to start moving and do some bending/extending of the back/ /hips/knees. Start slow ; gradually build up the reps/frequency, so to develop muscles ; get them loose (limbered) so when you do these activities, they are not so painful or tight. Muscle relaxers may also help, but i believe the exercises to stretch ; strengthen will help more. Good luck.
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Dr. David Sherer
Anesthesiology

In brief: Tension

Could be tension, lack of flexibility, or rarely, a medical/neurologic problem. If this persists, see your doctor.

In brief: Tension

Could be tension, lack of flexibility, or rarely, a medical/neurologic problem. If this persists, see your doctor.
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