Causes Of Back Pain In Stroke Sufferers?
Tonight, I ask. My father had suffered from a 1 year 2 month hemorrhagic stroke ,, the left side of the poor daddy. I want to ask, why is it that every time we train papa walking papa I always complain about his waist hurts, even though only a few steps. Does the stroke have anything to do with the spine? So why even today I can’t even get out of bed alone? Even standing alone can’t. Why is that? And papa has undergone acupuncture (needling) by Dr. Neurologist for 11 times (once a week) but there are no results either. Please help. Thank you very much…
Good afternoon, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Pain in the waist can occur due to a variety of factors, both those related to the history of stroke they have experienced, and those that do not. When it comes to a history of stroke, it is likely because there is one weak part (which in this case is the left side), when starting to exercise, your parent's body adjusts the balance by putting more weight on the other side or the right side. This causes an uneven buildup of burden and causes pain. Therefore it is important for the exercise to be supervised or carried out directly by physiotherapists or medical rehabilitation doctors as experts.
If it is not related, then there are even more possibilities. Could be due to thinning of the spinal gap, could be due to the aging process, could be due to muscle injury, spinal displacement, pinched nerves, and so forth. Because of the many things that can happen, it is important to carry out further checks on your parents' condition.
So we suggest that if your parents have been exercising independently, consult with a neurologist so that he can be treated by a medical rehabilitation doctor or physiotherapist so that the exercise is not misplaced or even harming himself. The doctor will also try to evaluate the condition of your father who has not been able to stand alone and walk, whether it is due to a weak physical condition, incorrect training, or there are other factors such as decreased enthusiasm for life and so forth. However, if you have been dealt with by a medical rehabilitation doctor or physiotherapist, submit your father's complaint so that they can also do a re-examination and find the location of the error.
Meanwhile, continue to support your parents both morally and materially, listen to their complaints, and try to keep their spirits up. Help him to live a healthy lifestyle by staying away from air pollution, cigarette smoke, stress, getting enough rest, eating nutritious foods such as fruits and vegetables, drinking enough water, maintaining blood pressure, cholesterol and blood sugar levels remain normal, and taking medication as a normal regularly if there really is. So, hopefully answering your question.