ChatterBank3 mins ago
I have lower back pain every time I sit for long period
I have had physio and that didnt help - chiropractor has diagnosed painful muscle from the ischial tuberosity ( sitting bone) - it is very painful when touched - I have had 5 sessions of the Bowen Technique and been for kinesiology. Neither seem to have helped a great deal. The main thing is when I am not working I have no pain but as soon as I go to work and sit at my computer within one and a half hours I have back spasms in my lower back around sacro illiac area. The spasms are very painful and sharp and I cant even walk down the threee flights of stairs when I leave work. I only work 6 hours shifts 4 days a week and it gets progressively worse as the week goes on. I only have to be home for about 2 hours though walking around and the spasms go away only to return when sat at work again the next day. Any body any idea what I can do as my doctor is a bit hopeless?
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