Causes Of Back Pain To The Left Waist And Soles Of The Feet?

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Examination that you have done is an imaging examination with magnetic resonance imaging to get a specific picture of the organ. This examination is a supporting examination after the doctor has previously conducted an interview or history and also a physical examination. For that to be able to be diagnosed you need to bring the results of these investigations to the doctor who examines you so that the results of the investigations are combined with the tests that have been done before.

Complaints in the spine itself can vary where what often happens is the existence of a hernia nucleus pulposus or often known as a pinched nerve. To ensure this is a complete examination starting from the history, physical examination and supporting examinations, one of them with MRI. HNP itself is a condition when the cushion between the spine is out of position and presses the nerve behind it, on examination marked by bulging disc and pressure on the nerve.

HNP itself can be caused by several factors ranging from genetics, excess weight, often lifting weights, poor body position, when on the move and others. The symptoms themselves can be in the form of pain in the area where the nerves are pinched, weakening of the muscles around the area, burning sensation or tingling around the area and postural changes can also occur.

For the treatment carried out in accordance with the severity of symptoms ranging from administering pain medication, physical rehabilitation therapy, or surgery if necessary or complications occur more severe than a pinched nerve such as difficulty controlling urination, difficulty standing, weakened muscles and stiffness or prolonged symptoms or gain weight. Strive not to lift heavy loads, maintain posture when sitting, standing, lifting things, not doing sudden movements, doing regular physical activity, one of which is swimming or yoga can also help improve posture, compress parts pain with a combination of cold and warm compresses, maintain ideal body weight and also the doctor will schedule a physical rehabilitation or physiotherapy to reduce pain and restore muscle strength.

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