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Lower Back ache

I have been suffering from lower back ache since couple of months. As per my family doctor's instruction, I have got MRI done for my lower back. He has diagnosed with Mild split disc and vitamin D deficiency. He has given me vitamin D supplements and few more Tablets( probably pain killers, I'm not sure). So, continuing this course and not involving in much physical activity for a couple of months will be enough to recover or should I have to consult a physiotherapist for sure? I'm actually little worried about it now.
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As per physiotherapy better not to get involved in don'ts better to understand do's ie exercises visit a good, qualified and registered physiotherapist nearby to learn same. Know us more at www drrajivmehta com
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Please share the MRI report in Private consultation area
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Dr. Anuradha Sharma (PT)
Clinical Physiotherapist 9 yrs exp Noida
If u HV pain then tk physiotherapy otherwise u can do spine stretching exercise and Posture correction
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Dr. Nilesh Dattatray Darawade
Orthopedist 11 yrs exp Pune
Low back ache is a very common problem faced by people and most of them do get better over a period of time. If the pain is not associated with leg pain, fever usually there is no cause for worry. Avoiding stressing your back and rest are good idea. Getting physiotherapist on board is also useful and one should start back muscle strengthening after the pain passes away. Back aches do harass patients for considerable period of time but they also tend to get better after they have run their course. So don't worry.
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