Back ache

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  1. Uninvited Writer profile image82
    Uninvited Writerposted 10 years ago

    Does anyone have a suggestion to alleviate back pain. I keep having spasms and am having trouble walking. Is heat okay to put on it or should I use ice? It feels like it's my sciatic nerve.

  2. perfumer profile image67
    perfumerposted 10 years ago

    Hi Uninvited Writer,

    Last winter I suffered form Sciatica pain
    for the first time.

    I took pain killers but didn't work.
    Finally I decided to see a chiropractor.

    He fixed me up in just two sessions.
    I call him a magician!

    He suggested me to use ice pack
    but I didn't follow his advice.

    I used nothing else but his adjustments.

    I found this chiropractor through a friend of mine.

    I hope you find a good one in your area.

    perfumer

  3. Marisa Wright profile image97
    Marisa Wrightposted 10 years ago

    If there's inflammation present, an ice pack is the best option.  Also if you can, take anti-inflammatories or aspirin at the recommended dose.

    A visit to a physiotherapist, osteopath or chiropractor is certainly the best and quickest way to get relief.  They have different approaches but they all work.

  4. mulder profile image73
    mulderposted 10 years ago

    Fish oil  ,  magentic underlay ,  chiropactor, yoga   or help    I had a bad back for years  this has  help me .

  5. guidebaba profile image57
    guidebabaposted 10 years ago

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  6. 2patricias profile image61
    2patriciasposted 10 years ago

    Hi, Back pain is horrid & so tiring. You are doing the right thing  by trying to sort it out rather than ignoring it. These are my suggestions.
    Check with your doctor & see a physiotherapist to get a proper diagnosis. There are many causes of back pain & how you treat it depends on the cause. After having taken expert  medical advice & completed any recommended treatments such as a course of physiotherapy, you may wish to consider Pilates if your medical practitioner agrees.
    Pilates strengthens & activates the core muscles that support the spine. It helps  you to acquire good posture. Poor posture can contribute to back pain, as can weak core muscles.
    Pilates takes commitment & time but is often extremely effective. It's not a cure all but helps many people manage their condition effectively & can even eliminate pain in some cases.
    Exercises for pilates & yoga should be modified according to your personal needs so check with a physio for a recommendation to a well qualified, understanding instructor. You will be best advised to start with one to one sessions before joining a general class if  you are able to afford this. Otherwise, keep everything low key when you join a class & build up gradually as your muscles activate & strengthen. Ensure your instructor is well qualified and, if you attend a class, that it is no larger than 12 people. Instructor courses  can range from a few days to a Masters Diploma (As a guide, my Pilates Masters Dipoloma took three and a half years to complete). Pilates Institute instructors may have taken a remedial diploma which gives extra training for medical condtions.
    Good luck,
    Tricia

  7. Ntathu profile image59
    Ntathuposted 9 years ago

    Blessings, have you thought of yoga. A gentle yoga class teacher will introduce you to a variety of simple yoga stretches you could try to ease your back pain. If you still have the pain, where is it - lower back, middle or upper back/shoulders?

    1. Uninvited Writer profile image82
      Uninvited Writerposted 9 years agoin reply to this

      Luckily the pain has gone for now. I am trying to stretch more. It started in my upper back and ended up in my lower back.

 
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