How To Treat Hip Pain To The Legs That Are Already 2 Months Old And Have Not Healed?
I was 16 years old so the incident started when I took part in my back mine dance competition but it was painful but the pain suddenly disappeared after that after a while I helped my parents lift the table when I was bowing to pick up the table suddenly my hips my buttocks and legs felt aching tpi me let me guess it will heal, but until now until 2 months I have not recovered my pain what else my hips look unbalanced like a big one, then how do I treat it ??
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When lifting heavy weights, you should do this by keeping your spine straight up, not bending, by bending your legs. The bending position when lifting heavy loads (such as a ruku) is not recommended, because in this position, your spine will experience a very great stretch, making it vulnerable to making the bearings between vertebrae sticking out of the spinal straight arrangement. The sticking out of these pads can cause nerve fibers around the spine to become pinched so that pain comes. This pain can of course vary in intensity, some are mild, to severe. In addition to pain, pinched nerves in the spinal cord can also make you feel numb, tingling, until the weakness in your lower limbs. This condition can be more susceptible if you previously had problems with your spine, for example due to genetic disorders, neuromuscular disorders, degenerative diseases, history of injuries, and so on. The shape of your hips that look asymmetrical may also occur due to scoliosis. Scoliosis itself can also increase your risk of having a pinched nerve.
Not only that, it could also be, pain in the hips to the feet that you feel now can also arise due to other influences, such as rheumatoid arthritis, kidney stones or infections, ovarian cysts, endometriosis, myomas, pre menstrual syndrome, fibromyalgie, and so on.
To be clear, you should not let your complaints drag on. Check with yourself directly to a doctor or neurologist so that it is handled properly. Usually, the doctor will do a thorough neurological examination, or accompanied by further tests, such as x-rays, CT scans, MRI, and so on. That way, the doctor can give you the best treatment so that your complaints heal, for example by giving drugs, physiotherapy, and even surgery.
At this time, you can first reduce the pain you feel by compressing it using warm water or ice cubes. You can also, you first apply a pain reliever cream (usually containing paracetamol) so that you can get back to your activities without obstacles. Always use clothes and comfortable footwear when on the move (avoid high heels). Also use a comfortable sleeping pad (not too hard or too soft, flat). Avoid slipping hips and sore feet. Do not forget, multiply do stretching exercises so that complaints improve, for example swimming, yoga, cycling, and so on.
Hope this helps ...