Back problems

Discussion in 'SMB' started by The Rat, Jun 12, 2019.

  1. Cox Green Fc

    Cox Green Fc Central Defender

    A bit of advice;

    Stop having 69ners with midgets.
     
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  2. SydneyFan

    SydneyFan Winger

    Sleep on your side with a pillow between your knees / lower legs. Trust me I've had 25 years of back issues culminating in surgery a few years back. It feels almost like you're slipping your body into neutral for the night. Its made a huge difference. Downside is ìt makes me piss a lot. :p
     
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  3. Wilfy

    Wilfy Striker

    How often do you use the mat?
     
  4. anth

    anth Winger

    what do you do for work? If you sit at a desk all day it could be your seating position.

    Maybe try a foam roller to release the muscles if you don't want to go to see someone.
     
  5. jubblies

    jubblies Striker

    Only when I'm stiff :eek:

    30 minutes on it watching telly and you feel like a new man!
     
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  6. QUOTE="The Rat, post: 29888240, member: 34071"]Aye I’m gonna do that cheers

    I’ve laid down on the floor n now I can’t get it up[/QUOTE]

    :eek::eek:

    I like a mat finish like.
     
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  7. mickonline

    mickonline Midfield

    About £40.

    Re-aligns my spine and releases any issues. Hurts like hell for a couple of days after but I can then be fine for up to two years. But bear in mind I don't have real back damage, just muscular.
     
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  8. I had my doubts about you.
     
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  9. The Rat

    The Rat Striker

    will try thanks

    Yeah might try that, work from home, so in chair, on couch sometimes

    It seems to have come from nowhere though, as I say its when I stay in one position for like too long, just get stuck.
     
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  10. houst69

    houst69 Striker

    Oh dear mate, sounds to me like you have spine aids, the worst kind RIP
     
  11. D.A

    D.A Striker

    Go and see Steve riley at sr acupuncture and tui na. Best 25 quid you'll spend.
     
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  12. the boot

    the boot Midfield

    I’ve said this before on threads for back pain. Take your wallet out of your back pockets!!!! It causes all sort of problems imagine walking around with one shoe 2 inches higher than the other one. Sitting for long or short periods on your wallet has the same effect.

    He cracked my lower back about a year ago....... it was like I died and went to heaven. The bloke is a back magician.
     
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  13. legend7

    legend7 Central Defender

    Chiropractor made mine a lot worse, amazing doctor up in corbridge that only does back and neck now, really strict funny old fella, has people come from all over the country, doesn't really advertise. Still consults for the Freeman I think.
    Bout 50 quid but you'll generally only see him once unlike chiros, he may give you certain things to do yourself to keep it right though.
    Dr Melrose, have sent a few up and hes fixed them all.
     
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  14. Full blown Aids mate.
     
  15. niceonemarra

    niceonemarra Winger

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  16. Dan..Dan..Dan..Dan

    Dan..Dan..Dan..Dan Central Defender

    Where do you live ?
     
  17. Please look up the origins of chiropractic therapy before seeing one. Then, if you believe cracking your back can cure deafness, go right ahead.
     
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  18. monkeytassle

    monkeytassle Striker

    Recently (last 3 month or so) developed chronic back pain on my lower back at the end of a night's sleep. To the point I struggle to get up. Feels muscular. Starting pilâtes soon so that should help.

    No idea where it's come from
     
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  19. rudd

    rudd Midfield

    This! Strange bloke but he's brilliant saw him recently after I fractured my spine and had ongoing pain. 01434 632066
     
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  20. offmenut

    offmenut Striker

    Cant believe you're only 30.
    I had you down for 55+ easy.
    You need to chill out and be more optimistic. Being so negative and pessimistic about everything can affect Health and general well being.
     

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