Why does it happen?
- Disc bulging or ruptured disc
- Muscle sprain and strain
- Skeletal abnormalities
Above mentioned causes of back pain can be addressed by a physiotherapist and can help you to get rid of hip pain except infection and fracture. Post-operative fracture care again requires physiotherapist’s attention for better movement and pain relief.
Fracture of back is a challenging task for physios if patient has paralysis post injury. Generally, Injury in Thoracic spine causes paralysis of both the legs and sometimes it also involves bladder and bowel functions. In that case immediate call of neurosurgeon becomes mandatory. Paralytic patient care after spine injury requires both mental and physical rehabilitation and counselling of patient and family, physios are trained and expertise in both the means.
How can I Confirm on my own?
Check for following symptoms:
- Pain in thigh
- Discomfort inside/outside of hip joint
- Pain in groin region
- Pain in buttocks
- Pain up to heel
- Pain in either side of back
- Pain in central part of back
- Tingling or numbness in foot
- Difficulty in walking/sitting
How can I get rid of it by myself?
To relieve back pain following tips will help you;
- Hot pack over painful area for 15 minutes twice or thrice a day
- Hot water bathing can also help
- Stretching exercises
- Strengthening exercises