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Author Topic: lower back pain  (Read 8098 times)

hyway

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lower back pain
« on: April 17, 2009, 10:34:35 AM »
oct 8 i fell on my tail bone , had x rays nothing broken , went pt had tens unit, accupunture , have  been on neoproxin all did not help , having severe pain in my buttocks and  hips and  lower back ,tiggling , numbness down my right sideall the  way down to my toes and  now affecting other side down to my knee . had a mri done results are a non specific rounded area of increased signal is present within the l2 verterbral body mesuring 1.2cm in diameter. this is isointense t1.
it is likely still a hemangioma. at l4. 5 slight disc bulding , anterior angulation at tip of coccyx is likey congeneital  probable hemongioma within l2 and  compansation says there is nothing wrong u can  go back to work went to another dr. my other was not believing me  ,so she  put me  on zytram and  sending me to a specilist this has been going on for 7 months at my witts end here help have  to sit on my hips all the time  i have  learned not to sit down normally  hard to do anything my work wont take  me  back yet untill i have  drs ok i know my last dr would have  sent me  back , this new dr has helped more in 2 visits than the  other on in 6 months

Steve Lockhart

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Re: lower back pain
« Reply #1 on: April 17, 2009, 09:20:15 PM »
Sounds like the muscles in your hips and buttocks are not switching on properly to support you when sitting. Good nothing is damaged structurally and a good therapist would be able to sort it out for you. Are you near an SLM Therapist? The self treatment program will also help by showing you how to fix it yourself. www.backpain.com.au/selftreat

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queuema09

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lower back pain
« Reply #2 on: December 26, 2009, 12:43:41 PM »
Its in my lower middle back and it is really sore like I did a bunch deadlifts or something.  Ive had it for a week now

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Re: lower back pain
« Reply #3 on: December 28, 2009, 04:19:55 PM »
Muscle spasm would be my guess. You need to release them and put lots of heat on it.

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