Management Of Low Back Pain When Bowing For A Long Time?
At night, when I was in middle school I fell from the 2nd floor which resulted in a shift in my hipbone on the right (said the massage expert at the time) and only ordered 2x since the fall at that time. Now I am 37 years old and 2 years old when I work to clean up a house or bend down for a long time when I stand up I feel pain in my right waist. Or if I have to clean up and after finishing then sit for a long time, and when I want to get up from my seat, my right waist hurts like a tug, then I sit back trying to get up slowly. for the time being, I treat it by applying hot, muscle-burning cream (while self-massage), or just a hot patch. What should I do, with the pain? Is there a cure, or should I proceed to the massage therapist again? Sorry for the … thanks for the answer.
Thank you for the question.
Pain in the right waist like being drawn especially when changing body positions as you experience can occur due to causes related to your previous injury history, but it may not. Your previous injuries were quite severe, because they involve height and high speed, indeed risk of causing injuries to the area around the waist, such as joint dislocation, fractures or fractures, nerve clamps, ligament injuries, or also injuries to other organs in it, such as ducts urinary tract, digestive tract, and so on. Could be, indeed these conditions are causing pain in your waist at this time.
Not only that, pain in the waist can also arise due to other factors, for example due to tumors or infections that suppress nerves in the waist or spine, kidney stones, kidney infections, intestinal inflammation, hernias, rheumatoid arthritis, muscle aches, psychological disorders, etc. . Distinguishing various conditions above is certainly not enough just to be sorted. In fact, improper waist massage can be very risky, causing tissue damage that you experience to get worse and more difficult to cure.
Therefore, you should check your condition directly to an expert, namely a doctor or neurologist. With neurological examination, x-rays, CT scans, ultrasound, urine tests, or other supporting tests, the best treatment can often be determined. In the meantime, in order for the complaint to subside, you should:
Compress warm waist pain
Get plenty of rest, don't lift heavy things, bend too long, walk or run excessively, up and down stairs too much
Wear clothes and comfortable footwear during your activities
Don't like to hold back urination
Apply a pain reliever cream on your waist
Live a healthy lifestyle, including the discipline of stretching the waist muscles, such as swimming or yoga
Hope this helps ...