Let me help. Most low back pain can be treated without surgery. Treatment involves using analgesics, reducing inflammation, restoring proper function and strength to the back, and preventing recurrence of the injury. Most patients with back pain recover without residual functional loss. Patients should contact a doctor if there is not a noticeable reduction in pain and inflammation after 72 hours of self-care.
Roll on ball. There are special balls made for people with back pain. They are fairly soft, and measure about six inches in diameter. You can purchase one on amazon. Other ideas-yoga, pilates, aerobic exercise, motrin.
Back pain in young. Young patients rarely need further evaluation for back pain as it is usually self-limiting. For mild symptoms, muscle pains are most common. Consider also disc herniation which may cause pain without sciatica. Stress fracture occurs in 5% of the population without any symptoms. Treatment involves nsaid's, pt for mckenzie exercises, core exercises pilates/yoga/piyo. See a doc if persistent.
Back pain at home. Can certainly be treated with improvements in posture and flexebility exercises. Try to walk, and avoid being sedentary (or in bed!) for a long time, as 'motion is lotion' for most back pain problems. Core strengthening and healthy eating-and-drinking can help a lot too. Certainly do not smoke, as smokers have a 40% greater chance for backpain than non-smokers! Use anti-inflammatories sparingly!
I do not know of. Any test but if you have arthritis some place else most likely you have it in your back.
I'm 19 and I get very bad lower back pain around that time of month, please help me with some at home solutions, its very difficult to sit and sleep.
Usually the use of. Ibuprofen taken at that time will help as long as there are no medical reasons as to why you cannot use this medication.
Possibly. Anxiety in general can increase muscle tension, including in the low back. Other frequent areas are the top, back, and sides of head, neck, and shoulders. Any of this can lead to pain. Best plan, though, is to see your physician about the panic attacks. These can be helped through psychotherapy -- and also medication, if needed. Treatment of anxiety may free you from both conditions.
Sure. Warm shower or a bath can decrease muscular tension and spasms/cramps. Make sure you are well hydrated and consider a multi-vitamin as these can cause cramping. Green tea and other foods may lessen inflammatory processes. Plenty of sleep also will your body to naturally heal itself.
I have lower back pain this pain is taavling in my legs this pain is present last three months please ans me with some home remidies?
No home remidies. There are no home remedies that will help you. It says here you're pregnant. Low back pain that's taavling in your legs could be a herniated disc or an obstetric nerve problem or sciatica or all 3. If so, it's something you have to live with, pregnant or not, or it's something that's treatable but that no doctor will touch while you're pregnant unless it's to save your life or your baby's.