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Back pain ( entire back)
I m having back pain(2 years)covering almost entire back from neck to waist. I went to orthopaedic doctors and accupressure therepy but no improvement. I reduced my pain through exercise not completely but partially.  But from 2-3 weeks the pain increased to intense . I m not able to do my daily routine properly. It hurts in sleeping , walking , Bending , breathing , turning or do any exercise. I consulted to a doctor 10 days ago he told me muscle is tight(strained) and prescribed me medicines but pain came back as medicines finished . Now i don't understand what to do. Please if any comments or suggestions...
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Take frequent Breaks at work. Core Strengthening Exercises. Use cervical pillow.
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It's disc bulge... Manual therapist like me can push the bulged disc in the spine, back to it's normal place. Visit my website naumika.com
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Apply ice pack Avoid forward bending
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do exercises:- strengthening exercises and streching exercises. bridges. pelvic tilt lower back strech. leg stretch. therapy sessions will also Helpful.
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meet physiotherapist near by you.
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HI Dont worry things will fall in place visit a good physiotherapist and ask for matrix therapy ,sinhgle therpay session will also will help you
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Do minimum 10 t 15 days of physiotherapy, after you are completely recovered ,join yoga for lifetime stretching
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Avoid exercise and start physiotherapy treatment it will solve the problem
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Now ur pain is chronic.. it wil not go easily. Better to visit a physiotherapist for assessment and Physiotherapy treatment for 3 weeks wil hlp you to recover
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Apply hot pack multiple times a day over affected areas, do mild stretches and make an appointment with PT ASAP.
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Avoid bending and lifting.
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