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Low Back Pain

Low or lower back pain is a painful condition affecting the lowest part of the spine. It can occur due to muscle sprain, improper posture, lifting of heavy objects, and arthritis. Mostly it heals on its own. In some cases, physiotherapy is required. Pain relievers can be taken to have relief. In some cases, surgery is required.

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Is knee cracking a sign of vitamin D deficiency?

Query: Hello doctor,My query is regarding knee joint and lower back pain. I usually get a cracking sound when I bend my knees and while getting up. The sound is not accompanied by pain. Is this a cause for concern? Please let me know if any test or x-ray needs to be done. I am also having a lower back pain...  Read Full »

Dr. Patil Mahaveer Jingonda

Answer: Hi, Welcome to Hope this message finds you in good health. You are right. The cracking sounds that you hear in the joints are due to calcium and vitamin D deficiency. These sounds do not mean that bones rub against each other. It means that air bubbles burst inside the joint. These so...  Read Full »

What could be the reason for swelling in neck, lower back and wrist pain.

Query: Hello doctor, I have had swelling in the right side of my neck (location: supraclavicular lateral to sterno-cleido-mastoid muscle) for about one month. I also have left lower back pain towards the mid-axillary line. It is not superficial pain but pain on deep press for about two weeks and a right wr...  Read Full »

Mohammed Wajid

Answer: Hi, Welcome to It seems you are suffering from muscle problems passing through the spine. I simply suggest only three things at first. 1. Wear a soft collar. 2. Wear a wrist band. 3. Back strengthening exercise for low backache. You can take pills like Advil (Ibuprofen) or Aleve (...  Read Full »

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