Back Back Pain To The Legs Making It Difficult To Walk?
2 days I have had back pain to my back and the pain comes when I walk or when I sleep. And when walking, I am not strong enough to support my body and limp too. I wonder why?
Maybe what you mean is your lower back, not your back, because your back is definitely behind. Lower back pain that radiates to the feet, can be caused by several things, including:
Muscle injury to the back, buttocks, pelvis, or leg area. Injuries can occur as a result of physical trauma (for example accidents), sports, or daily work.
Hernia pulposus (HNP). This condition causes part of the spinal cord to be compressed. As a result, innervation to the muscles of the buttocks, pelvis, and legs are disturbed, so the muscles experience pain, weakness, and stiffness.
All of these disorders may cause skeletal muscle innervation which causes widespread pain accompanied by weakness and impaired balance. Consult this with a neurologist. The doctor may need to take an x-ray, CT scan or MRI, and electromyography. The action and treatment depends on the results of the examination. Generally the doctor will give anti-pain, anti-inflammatory drugs, and recommend routine physiotherapy.
Try to avoid strenuous activities such as lifting heavy loads, strenuous exercise, or driving for too long. Improve posture when working. Choose a mattress that is rather hard so that the spine does not bend when lying down. Compress the pain area with warm water. Do regular stretches at least 3 times a day.
Hopefully this answer can help you find a solution. Regards.