Overcoming Painful And Fractured Spine Due To Falling From A Height?
Hello, I fell from the balcony once and after a year I just checked. MRI’s results showed it was broken but what he meant was broken, one of my pelvic bones is no longer a box shape. So there was a bone that turned into a triangle and tapered towards the nerve passages, the doctor said, which caused me to be sick and unable to lift and walk a lot. The doctor’s advice said I can strengthen the muscles so that they don’t hurt too much, but will my bones continue like this and when my muscles are strong, the pain will go away? What do doctors think is the best advice? And behind this I felt excessive tingling and sore legs and when I read on HealthReplies.com. I feel sciatical seeing the symptoms and the pain. What do doctors think is a good solution for me. Because the pain really bothered me, who had to go to college and sit for a long time?
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A fracture in the spine that forms a triangular shape is probably a compression fracture. Compression fractures will cause the strength of the spine to change. Fractures in the spine can occur in motor accidents, away from a height, or accidents during sports. Compression fractures of the spine are usually quite stable although they can be painful. The spine is the bone that plays an important role in supporting and straightening the body. In patients with spinal disorders, the back muscles need to be strengthened so that these muscles can help the role of the spine in supporting the body properly. Strengthening the back muscles cannot restore the bones to their original shape. However, strengthening the back muscles can reduce the pain you feel.
If the pain you feel is still very disturbing, especially now that new symptoms are starting to appear in the form of tingling in the feet, you should come back to see an orthopedic doctor. The doctor will re-evaluate the position and shape of the bones. Your doctor may also suggest that you wear a special brace or brace to support your spine. You should also continue with rehabilitation and physiotherapy so that spinal pain and disorders can be reduced, so that the spine can function optimally.
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