Our expert says:
Firstly if you have not had any special investigations such as an MRI or an X-Ray to see exactly what is causing the pain, then I would suggest you do so as soon as possible. Once you know what is causing the pain, you will be able to treat it safely and effectively. You also need to distinguish what type of pain you are experiencing. I.e. is it a sharp shooting pain, or a more dull and achy pain as well as if you experience any associated numbness or pins and needles referred to any other part of your body. All these symptoms will help the therapist determine what the problem may be. I would suggest that you see firstly a specialist physician to attain a diagnosis as to what may be causing the pain, as well as to rule out possible fracture or disc pathology. Thereafter I would suggest that you see either a biokineticist and or a physiotherapist to help correct a particular weakness or compensation that may have occurred as a result of the injury. All the best!
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