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Lumbar sprain is a very common type of injury, especially among athletes and people who engage in strenuous physical activity. It is usually characterized by significant pain and discomfort in the lower back and surrounding area, often accompanied by a sudden cracking or tearing sensation in the lumbar region.
Often referred to as a "kidney sprain," severe lumbar sprain is an extremely common diagnosis caused by this type of pain, although some medical experts believe that it is not actually a true sprain, but rather another more serious condition. Regardless of the underlying cause, lumbar sprain in the severe back area can be extremely painful and debilitating, and it requires prompt medical attention to avoid further complications. If you are suffering from a severe lumbar sprain or any other form of lower back pain, it is important to see a chiropractor or doctor quickly to get a proper diagnosis and begin your recovery. Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version)
It is caused by a strain or microscopic tears in the muscles and / or ligaments of the back, following a sudden or repeated stretching.
Muscles are the first line of defense in protecting the back, so they are often the first to be involved.
The ligaments in this region have an important role in maintaining the stability of the spine.
He may have inflammation in the area as well as muscle spasms.
May be manifested by stiffness in the lower back or severe lower back pain which may radiate to the buttock, thigh and leg.
A lumbar sprain is a common injury that can cause pain and disability. Although lumbar sprains can occur at any age, they are more common in young and middle-aged adults. The good news is that low back sprains usually heal without surgery. However, the recovery process can take several weeks or even months. During this time, it is important to follow your chiropractor's instructions and take it easy. You may need to use crutches or a cane to avoid putting weight on your back. You may also need to wear a lumbar brace to support your back and limit your range of motion. Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version)
In time, you will probably be able to gradually return to your normal activities. But be sure to listen to your body and take it easy to avoid hurting your back again.
If you develop numbness or weakness in your lower extremities, see your chiropractor immediately.
Professional recommendations for better spinal health
Maintain your posture as appropriate as possible to minimize stress and strain on your spine.