I am a 56yo male. Three days ago I started having pain on my right side ubove my hip one. To discibe it . The feeling is like someone is pushing the end of a broomstick handle into my side. It scales from 1 to 7 on the pain scale. I took two advill it happened in the middle of the night and was able to sleep . When I got up there was no pain. Bathe got dressed and went to work . Half way to work it came ack. Went to the chiropractor . Left in no pain. That night no pain the next day no pain till that night it came back. Took two advil and it didnot go away put an ice pack on it and it seem better. It the pain radiated to the front of the right side.
The majority of back pain can not be relieved with most therapy treatments. It also means that there are many pinched and dislocated nerves which need to be reset soonest otherwise it will get much worse. Not always, will surgery cure the problem/pain. Natural medicine is normally the first and best way to start.
If you can get a specialist in this field (very few in the world are around and know exactly well these proceedures) to reset those nerves, you will than feel much better. To remain without pain, you will have to do special exercises to strengthen those areas and you will live a normal life
1a) "Static extension on elbows" (Do a Google search)
- To get your shoulders pulled back as well, pinch your shoulders together.
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1b) "Static back 90-90 position" (Do a Google search)
- Put a rolled up towel of 2 soft foam balls under your lower back just below your beltline.
- In your case, you may find relief without using the balls.
Your spine is also probably shifter to one side because one hip is tighter than the other.
To stretch your hips:
2a) "Kneeling lunge stretch" (Do a Google search)
2b) "STANDING LUNGE STRETCH (Do a Google search)
- Front leg up on a step of chair will give a better front-of-hip stretch.
You will probably find one hip is tighter than the other.
If you are willing to try these, let me know how they work for you and I can suggest more.