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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Please help me with lower left back pain that spreads to the left leg and knee.

Query: Hi doctor,Before three months, I started to do my office job. It is desk-based but it involves some lifting, carrying, and a driven commute for an hour every day. I was doing my office work for some years. Before eight weeks, I started to have my back pain and it is getting worse now. The pain is sh...  Read Full »


Mohammed Wajid

Answer: Hi, Welcome to icliniq.com. I have gone through your query. You are suffering from LBA (lower backache). It occurs due to prolonged sitting, improper posture, and bending straight. It often gets radiated from knee to foot. I suggest you take an X-ray or MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) of the ...  Read Full »

What can be the cause of lower back pain while sitting or lying down in certain positions?

Query: Hi doctor, I have lower back pain when I am sitting or lying down in certain positions. When I straighten my back out, and when I try to stretch it, I get pain in my middle or lower back. I am a gamer, and I sit down in pretzel style on my chair with my body leaning forward, most comfortable while ...  Read Full »


Mohammed Wajid

Answer: Hi, Welcome to icliniq.com. You may be suffering from a disc bulge. Pain is considered chronic once it lasts for more than three months and exceeds the body’s natural healing process. Chronic pain in the lower back often involves a disc problem, joint problem, and an irritated nerve root. Co...  Read Full »

How to treat low back pain due to injury?

Query: Hello doctor, I hurt myself two days ago and it seemed to be getting better. But today it is worse than when it started. Most of the pain is in the right side area. Today, I cannot walk due to excruciating pain. The only relief is laying flat on my back or standing at the foot of the bed and bent o...  Read Full »


Mohammed Wajid

Answer: Hi, Welcome to icliniq.com. I can understand the pain you are suffering from. It is nothing but low back pain radiated to the leg. Due to constant stress and improper posture you get this. Taking rest and doing simple exercises will help reduce pain and also you can take Advil (Ibuprofen) for quic...  Read Full »

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

Query: Hello doctor, I have swelling in the right side of my neck (location: supraclavicular lateral to sternocleido 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 right wrist te...  Read Full »


Mohammed Wajid

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

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