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Having lower back pain
Having lower back pain from 3-4yrs doctors are unable to cure..some says there is disc problem but some say there is no problem im disc..currently am taking vitaminD tablets cuz doctors are saying it is bcz of nerves are stiffed
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Core Strengthening Exercises. Back Stretching. Do the cat/cow stretch. Postural Correction- Sit Tall, Walk Tall.
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Hi... U better to take physiotherapy at good  orthopedic physiotherapist. He will examine it and to do solve  the problem.
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to take calcium  vit- Suppliments& to do regular  therapeutic exercises
Health Tips
to avoid forward bending  heavy Lifting
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Dear client sorry to hear that but have you tried with physiotherapy, if not plz do so, some times there could be some kind of muscular inefficiency that may develop such a situation.
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Is it only back pain you have or do you have pain going into buttocks and down the leg as well? Have you had an MRI Scan done? You will most likely have wear and tear of your spine which will be causing you a lot of the pain. Weakness of muscles around the spine will also cause an element of weakness. Please see a Spinal Surgeon for assessment and investigations. Dr Vinu Raj Consultant Spine Surgeon MBBS MRCS FRCS(Trauma&Orth)
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Check  ur serum calcium Serum uric acid Serum vitamin  D3 Than consult  physiotherapist
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Consult an orthopaedic surgeon n get an MRI done to confirm diagnosis
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You need to do regular physiotherapy. Once you have professional advice, you are the best person to help yourself with maintaining a healthy posture and weight, and being disciplined in doing your physio exercises regularly. Please see the back pain leaflet on dr-MV.com. Dr M Vashishtha FRCS
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