Our expert says:
As your imaging results "have not shown anything that has been of concern", I would suggest you consult with a registered physical therapist such as an osteopath to try and determine the cause of your severe lower back pain.
A first consultation with the Osteopath will include a detailed case history leading to a discussion of your present symptoms. This hour long session will look at the following:
a) how your symptoms began
b) factors affecting your condition
c) health problems
d) physical trauma
g) lifestyle habits
This is facilitated through accompanying clinical information such as medical reports, x-rays and prescriptions.
A physical examination is then conducted to evaluate the body’s biomechanics (structure, posture and physical movements). If necessary, further investigations such as x-rays, blood tests, MRI scans may be requested.
Diagnosis, clinical findings and an appropriate treatment plan with projected recovery time frames will be explained and discussed and additional advice on exercise, nutrition, ergonomics and lifestyle may be suggested to facilitate recovery and optimal health.
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