Treatment Of Bone Pain Due To Lordosis?
Good afternoon. I want to ask this, right? I have lordosis, it hasn’t been very severe, but now the pain is getting worse so it’s difficult to go up and down the stairs, sit hard. While I am a high school student living in a dormitory with activities that require up and down stairs 4 floors a day at least 3 times. What should I do? Thank you
Lordosis is a condition of the lower spine that curves inward excessively. Because the curvature is too deep causing excess pressure so that it can cause pain and discomfort. Lordosis can be caused due to obesity, osteoporosis, pregnancy, spondylolisthesis, and poor posture such as often lifting heavy objects.
Symptoms of lordosis include muscle pain, the buttocks are more prominent, weak body, numbness, tingling, disruption in controlling urination and bowel movements. Examination to determine lordosis is by history taking, physical examination, and supporting examinations such as X-rays and MRI.
If the condition of the spine is confirmed then treatment can be given according to the results of the examination. Management of lordosis include pain relief, anti-inflammation, physiotherapy, weight loss if obese, and surgery.
If you feel the pain getting worse, I suggest that you see an orthopedic doctor directly so that you can be sure of the condition of your spine first. If it is confirmed, the doctor can give you more appropriate treatment.
While waiting for the doctor, you can try to maintain ideal body weight, avoid lifting heavy objects, do relaxation, wear clothes and shoes that are more comfortable, and warm compresses on the painful part.
Hope it helps you,