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Lower back pain after falling from stair
I fell from stairs a day before, it was like I sat down on the stairs after tripping and went on all the way down the stairs before coming to rest. I am experiencing sharp pain in lower back while standing up especially, and mild while walking and sitting. Will this pain go away in few days or shall I go for examination of lower back or physiotherapy or anything else? Please suggest
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Chiropractic adjustment will help. Core Strengthening Exercises- Straight Leg Raised With Toes Turned Outward, repeat 10 times, twice a day.
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Share your x-ray. Apply ice pack. Avoid forward bending and long time standing.
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take Physiotherapy session:- ultrasonic, laser, TENS. do strengthening exercises.
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X-ray must firstly.
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Its Tail bone injury  ... Manual therapist like me can cure it . For more info. Visit naumika.com
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Start physiotherapy asap along with medications and isometric strengthening exercises
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This possibly seems to be coccyx injury. You need to go for x_ray. On the basis of x _ray we can decide our treatment. Regards Dr Vidhi Jain
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