X-ray Examination Results For Prolonged Back Pain?
Good evening doctor, sorry I have lumbago towards the right hip and has been X-rayed, the result: 1. Alignment is good. Hyperlordotic3. Invisible osteophyt4. No visible narrowing of the disc. Impression: Unstable Lumbosacral. Please help, doctor, to explain what the purpose of this X-ray result? Thank you..
Thank you for your question.
Low back pain is a complaint that is often experienced by patients who go to a health facility, some things that can trigger low back pain include: being overweight, often lifting heavy objects, sitting for too long, trauma, or bone loss process.
It was mentioned that you did a spinal x-ray which leads to abnormalities in your spine. In the x-ray examination results mentioned that there are several abnormalities including hyperlordotic or hyperlordosis which leads to the condition of your backward curvature is too curved towards the front that is excessive. Another disorder is unstable lumbosacral diamana which leads to instability of your spine in the lower backbone.
According to the results of x-ray spinal instability caused by hyperlordotic that you experience. Hyperlordosis can generally be caused by poor posture, obesity, inflammation of the joints and injuries to the lower back.
There are several ways you can do to reduce back pain that you experience, including:
do light exercise that regulates the flexibility of the body such as yoga, pilates and swimming maintain posture when excess body weight, lose weight do not lift objects from the floor with the back bibs but use the thigh muscles of the compress with ice water for about 10 minutes yourself to the doctor who treated you before. So that no more serious complications occur.
May be useful. Always healthy 😊