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It is better to have an x-ray done immediately so that we can confirm the exact site of the injury.
It might be a locking of the facet joint that usually happens if you suddenly lift a heavy object and try to lift it.
That is why it is always advisable to have a warm-up session before every single game you start if you are a sportsperson
For now, avoid lifting for two to three weeks and get an x-ray done. Rest well and visit a physiotherapy center. Start a seven-day session consisting of mobilization, strengthening of back muscles, IFT (interferential therapy), ultrasound, and pelvic stabilization exercises.
You can do a pelvic bridging exercise and repeat it 15 times. Also, do side planks more on the right side.
Investigations to be done:
X-ray as soon as possible.Regarding follow up:
Revert with the reports to a physiotherapist online.---> https://www.icliniq.com/ask-a-doctor-online/physiotherapist