Back Pain Accompanied By Changes In Posture?
Good evening. I am Ola, 23 years old. A few months ago, my right back is taller than my left back. ?Thank you
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Back pain accompanied by changes in posture can be caused by several possibilities, including:
history of back injury (accident, impact, hitting) that causes fractures or cracks in the spine sitting, sleeping, or lifting heavy objects that are not true scoliosis infection of the spine (for example due to bone tuberculosis infection) tumors in the spine joint disorders between spine, for example, narrowing of joints, disc degeneration, arthritis in the spinal joints, etc. It is recommended that you check with an orthopedic doctor first to make sure there is no specific pathology in your spine that causes changes in your posture. If indeed changes in posture are only caused by poor sitting, sleeping, or working habits, then you can try to improve this. For example, your job requires you to sit in front of a computer more, make sure you sit in the right position with your hands and computer position. If your job requires a lot of lifting heavy objects, make sure you lift heavy objects in the right way (don't bend). You should also sleep in the supine position or change your sleeping position (not tilted to one side continuously). To help overcome the pain for a while, you can take pain relievers such as parastamol or compress the area with a warm compress.
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