VeggieBoards banner
1 - 3 of 3 Posts

·
Banned
Joined
·
3,851 Posts
Exploded is kind of vague for some of us. I would ask you to do this for me (Us)

When you get these pains, lay down on the rug or your bed, and with your hand reach around to your back and begin to explore the area of pain with your hand. Feel and rub the two large muscle that run along both sides of your spine, and see if you can tell if the pain is some were in the muscle. Then explore your spine starting as high as you can reach on your back

Rub and feel the bones and the spurs on the bones press your fingers between the vertibrae, and see if you can feel any tender spots. Tell me (us ) greater detail how the pain is feeling to you.

Anyway One question I have for you is your weight. If you are over your average weight, Tahnthis could be part of the problem.

I would like to suggest even if you are shkinny to do some stretching (yoga) what ever term sits with you best. It' is a known fact that much back pain comes from the fact thar your muscle will in time shrink. Hamstring and hip joints are the best place to start.

Get on your hans and knees with you hands alittle farther out in front of you, Nd do like number 8 picture on this link hold it for 30 seconds http://cache.boston.com/images/daily/15/yogagraphic.jpg don't do any of the other positions fo a cupple of weeks, let see what happens first with theses simple stretches first.

Sit on your butt (donot do this standing up as it can put tremedous strain on your back) legs straigt and reach for you tows for 30 seconds.

Lay on you side fetal position. Leave your knees there and twist you torso and reack youyr hand out to the other sid that you knees are facing. Then repeat the other side do this for 30 seconds. Look up and learn more about stretches and exercises for you back such as crunches and pelvic tilt. http://www.webmd.com/hw/health_guide_atoz/zm2806.asp
 

·
Banned
Joined
·
3,851 Posts
Quote:
Originally Posted by HandcuffedAngel View Post

By the way, "explosion" is the only word I have thought of to describe it. It's extremely painful, and it feels my entire back has caught fire internally.
I would still suggest that you do a self exam to see if you can possibly find a point of origin. With all the nerves running through an around you spine. the larger area of pain could still originate from a smaller area. It's A place to start any way.
 
1 - 3 of 3 Posts
Top