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Intense and prolonged tennis or boxing result in incapacitating lower back pain with inflammation. Have to stay in bed 2 or 3 days. Why? Treatment?
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Dr. Haleh Niknia-Agdassi
Physical & Rehabilitation Medicine
6 doctors agree
In brief: Concerning
It is not recommended to stay in bed for longer than 2 days for back pain.
That being said, an intense activity resulting in severe pain is of concern. Tennis and boxing (high impact with a lot of twisting) can aggravate an underlying problem in the back. You may have an underlying disc injury. See you doctor for an exam and work up.

In brief: Concerning
It is not recommended to stay in bed for longer than 2 days for back pain.
That being said, an intense activity resulting in severe pain is of concern. Tennis and boxing (high impact with a lot of twisting) can aggravate an underlying problem in the back. You may have an underlying disc injury. See you doctor for an exam and work up.
Dr. Haleh Niknia-Agdassi
Dr. Haleh Niknia-Agdassi
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Dr. David Bozak
Physical & Rehabilitation Medicine
In brief: See doctor
Could be just muscle spasms, or could be a disc herniation or something more serious.
Go get checked out by your doctor.

In brief: See doctor
Could be just muscle spasms, or could be a disc herniation or something more serious.
Go get checked out by your doctor.
Dr. David Bozak
Dr. David Bozak
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