Back Pain, Waist To The Knees Making It Difficult To Walk And Indulge?
I have been experiencing pain in the back, pelvis, knee for several months now. It feels like achy. Feeling if in a lying position. These conditions make it difficult for me to walk and work. I have been to a general practitioner before, then given anti-inflammatory medication, but apparently the pain does not go away. What should I do?
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There are complaints of pain starting from your back, hips to knees that you feel in a few months and begin to bother you, even though you have received an examination and anti-inflammatory medication, then you should continue to consult a neurologist or your bones. Complaints that have been for months are a condition that can be worrying and cause your activities to be disrupted. Therefore, consider further consultation with a specialist.
Patients with complaints of pain in the back to the knee, often accompanied by limited angles of body movements, so that disrupt work and routine activities every day. In addition, the pain, discomfort, or discomfort that can be uncomfortable can also be a complaint that is often felt. Therefore, knowing the cause of this complaint will help recovery and proper handling.
At the age of adolescents or young adults, complaints of back to toe pain, often triggered by muscle stiffness and accumulated physical fatigue. So doing stretches and light exercise will help reduce muscle tightness and pain in the affected area. Some efforts you can do to help reduce these complaints are increasingly disturbing, such as:
1. sufficient water
2. regular exercise
3. idealize body weight
4. avoid carrying or lifting heavy loads especially when resting on one side of the body
5. avoid sleeping late, try to sleep 7-8 hours per day
6. give warm compresses on the back to your sore feet, give about 15 minutes, twice a day
Apart from muscle stiffness, several other conditions can also cause other complaints, such as:
1. a muscle injury
3. disorders of the nervous system or nerve suppression
4. spinal deformity
Because the cause of this complaint needs to be ascertained directly by your family doctor or your neurologist, you should consult directly with your doctor. The doctor will conduct an interview and physical examination related to this complaint. If necessary, supporting examinations can be done, such as blood and radiological examinations. The results of the examination will be a reference for your care and treatment.
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