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Back Pain stretches to my right back of my right leg

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"I feel some pain or exhaustion on my lower right back which stretches to my right back of my right leg to feet. the effect is on my right side of my body through the right arm shoulder. some tiredness kid off. in conclusion I feel almost my right side of my body is not equal to the left side. can this be a kidney problem, and how to do or avoid?" in most cases i uses rubbing chemical to ease that back pain on my lower rib touching my spinal cord.
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replied May 15th, 2012
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in conclusion I feel almost my right side of my body is not equal to the left side.


You are probably right. Try:
1) "Kneeling lunge stretch" to stretch your hip flexors. (Do a Google search)
- For an added stretch, reach your right arm up over your head and SIDE BEND to the left at the same time.

OR

Same as above but put your front leg up on a stair or chair.

OR

"Front splits" but keep your hips squared to the front - not twisted.
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replied May 22nd, 2012
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I am most certain that it is your sciatic nerves and some upper nerves areas which are being either pinched or dislocated. These nerves would have to be reset soonest or it will get worse. I know as I have been a Healer for 14+ years. If you can find a specialist in this field, resetting dislocated and pinched nerves, go. Remember that there are very few specialist in this field in the world who can perform this. Good luck.
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