Is Vertebral Pain?
Good morning, introduce me to Anis, 20 years old, at the beginning of the year I was diagnosed with bronchitis, after several physiotherapy, my back was painful, then I did a radiological photo, it turned out to be vertebral pain. So, I don’t understand what vertebral pain is?
Hello Anis, thank you for the question for HealthReplies.com
Vertebral pain is neither a diagnosis of disease nor a radiological explanation of disease. Vertebral pain only describes the symptoms of pain in the back (vertebrae = spine). It is possible that what you read is not a radiological explanation, but only an explanation of the symptoms you feel. We recommend that you bring the X-ray results back to the doctor who asks for the examination so that the results can be read out.
Back pain itself can come from the bones, soft tissue around the bones, muscles, or nerves in the back area. To help reduce the pain you feel for a while (while you are not sure what the cause is), you can do the following things:
Compress the painful area with a warm compress Perform gentle and slow massage on the painful area Improve your working position (for example, the sitting position when you sit a lot, the position of lifting when you have to lift things) It is best not to lift heavy objects at first Sleep on your back with a sleeping pad (mattress) that is rather hard. Do stretching the muscles in the back and waist area. Here is an article that you can read about back pain
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