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Does anyone have any experience with back pain from car wrecks? I've gotten reared ended twice in the past two weeks.
 

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Does anyone have any experience with back pain from car wrecks? I've gotten reared ended twice in the past two weeks.
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Nope. I have the worst luck driving. First time was in my new car and then I was driving my girlfriends car and it happened again.


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I had horrible back when I was hit from behind . Lucky for me the lady had amazing insurance that paid for physical therapy AND a chiropractor.  After about 6 weeks it was much improved
 
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I'm a pain management doc. See this all the time. If back pain and no leg pain, do your best to stay active. Try a heading pad at night. Take Ibuprofen 800 mg three times a day. It should improve over the next 7 to 10 days. Yoga helps too like plank position and child's pose. Good luck and keep me posted!
 

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I'm a pain management doc. See this all the time. If back pain and no leg pain, do your best to stay active. Try a heading pad at night. Take Ibuprofen 800 mg three times a day. It should improve over the next 7 to 10 days. Yoga helps too like plank position and child's pose. Good luck and keep me posted!
Thanks! I've been seeing a chiropractor as well. Do you recommend that?


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I'm a pain management doc. See this all the time. If back pain and no leg pain, do your best to stay active. Try a heading pad at night. Take Ibuprofen 800 mg three times a day. It should improve over the next 7 to 10 days. Yoga helps too like plank position and child's pose. Good luck and keep me posted!
Thanks! I've been seeing a chiropractor as well. Do you recommend that?


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I think chiropractic manipulation can help in these situations.


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[quote author=GainesvilleWX link=topic=11.msg138#msg138 date=1480799930]
[quote author=ATLWxFan link=topic=11.msg121#msg121 date=1480787139]
I'm a pain management doc. See this all the time. If back pain and no leg pain, do your best to stay active. Try a heading pad at night. Take Ibuprofen 800 mg three times a day. It should improve over the next 7 to 10 days. Yoga helps too like plank position and child's pose. Good luck and keep me posted!
Thanks! I've been seeing a chiropractor as well. Do you recommend that?


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I think chiropractic manipulation can help in these situations.


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This accident happened two weeks ago. The pain was getting better, but I had to lift some boxes at work. Now the pain in my middle back is much worse. At times I feel like I am having some kind of spasm and it's hard to breathe and move. I am thinking about going to my GP Monday as this to me doesn't feel like normal aches.


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I'm a pain management doc. See this all the time. If back pain and no leg pain, do your best to stay active. Try a heading pad at night. Take Ibuprofen 800 mg three times a day. It should improve over the next 7 to 10 days. Yoga helps too like plank position and child's pose. Good luck and keep me posted!
Please check your PM.
 
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[quote author=ATLWxFan link=topic=11.msg166#msg166 date=1480830387]
[quote author=GainesvilleWX link=topic=11.msg138#msg138 date=1480799930]
[quote author=ATLWxFan link=topic=11.msg121#msg121 date=1480787139]
I'm a pain management doc. See this all the time. If back pain and no leg pain, do your best to stay active. Try a heading pad at night. Take Ibuprofen 800 mg three times a day. It should improve over the next 7 to 10 days. Yoga helps too like plank position and child's pose. Good luck and keep me posted!
Thanks! I've been seeing a chiropractor as well. Do you recommend that?


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I think chiropractic manipulation can help in these situations.


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This accident happened two weeks ago. The pain was getting better, but I had to lift some boxes at work. Now the pain in my middle back is much worse. At times I feel like I am having some kind of spasm and it's hard to breathe and move. I am thinking about going to my GP Monday as this to me doesn't feel like normal aches.


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[/quote]Go get rechecked! Sometimes it takes several days for back injuries to show up.
 

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