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lumbago I believe Some people call it sacroiliac joint.
Here are a variety of opinions: Have someone massage it with ICY HOT. You you can use a belt to support and ease the pain. A TENS (transcutaneous electrical nerve stimula…tion) machine is excellent. That works so well for me every time. My preprogrammed TENS machine is about the size of a mobile telephone and it's battery operated. I can even use it when I'm working or out and about. The best type is a preprogrammed one. I don't think some people get the same results with the ones that are not preprogrammed. See Sources and Related Links for more information about TENS machines in general.
Lower back pain is not a disease, so it doesn't have a cure. However, some remedies to the problem are painkillers, massage, use of magnetic and heat/cold treatments.
Well, a herniated disc would be a favourite.
Lumbago also known as low back pain, is pain of the lumbar region of the spine
I had lower back pain. I took Alleve at first. Then I read as much information about lower back pain as I could find. Then I saw a reliable doctor, who had me do physical ther…apy and gave me some injections to ease the inflammation of my back. Since then, I do exercises that help people with lower back pain, and I have not any lower back pain in a long time. In the US you can see an osteopathic physician, or chiropractor Everywhere else in the world you need to see either osteopath, chiropractor or physiotherapist. form my experience with long-term low back pain, i have tried all of them and find that osteopath works best. To me they are like a combination of chiropractor and physiotherpist put together. They very holistic, massages, manipulate and give exercise postural advices
Diseases of the Intervertebral Disc producing Backache.
Right lumbar is the right side of your lower back. Could be your right kidney.
Having your period. Might wanna go clift jumping /\\/iggaa.
The doctor will examine the patient's back and hips to check for conditions that require surgery or emergency treatment. The examination includes several tests that involve mo…ving the patient's legs
Low back pain is often accompanied by sciatica, which is pain that involves the sciatic nerve and is felt in the lower back, the buttocks, and the backs of the thighs.
It may be caused by a variety of diseases and disorders that affect the lumbar spine. there are many reasons for back pain - wow, a unique answer! first: i would say, from l…ifting too heavy weights or making too wide moves. second: from a wrong pose while sitting, standing etc. third: by ventilation or a bad ground during sleep. at this one, lifting too heavy weights is my favorite, but even ventilation over night can prepare your back for a nice lumbago-like pain. 4. overuse of muscles in sports, like gymnastics, ice skating, or swimming. these sports tend to require more back use than others. 5. being a nurse for over 45 yrs and a severe fall 3 months ago will cause severe chronic pain. Opiods will not help with the pain. Don't know what will. Anyone have any help with my pain?
in your spine at the lower back
When my husband had lower back pain that nearly crippled him for 6 months a wonderful doctor prescribed him water pills to rid him of the inflammation
The word "stenosis" is Greek, and it means "a narrowing or constricting space" or "chocking." From a medical standpoint, spinal stenosis refers to the narrowing or constrictin…g at some point within the spine where the spinal cord and nerve roots are located. The constriction or pressure that is applied because the space is narrow causes the spine to be pressed on or chocked, and eventually irritated. When this occurs in the low back or lumbar region of the spine it is called lumbar spinal stenosis. This is the most common location of spinal stenosis, with only a small amount of cervical (neck) spinal stenosis by comparison. When lumbar spinal stenosis occurs it is usually as a result of osteoarthritis. The disc thinning, spur formation, thickening of nearby ligaments and almost constant inflammation that are related to osteoarthritis reduce the space available for the spinal cord and spinal nerves, causing secondary inflammation and pain in the low back. In addition it can also cause sciatic neuritis pain in the leg or legs.