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Back and chest pain after lifting weight

since i lifted this big old fashion tv with the stand, i got a bad back the next day and it hurts from the lower back and pain shoots into my front by the hips only when i move. since then i have also exprienced one of my shoulder left side it clicks when i move it and if i press ontop of shoulder i get an shooting pain to my chest towards my heart . have i damaged somthing
Asked On : Mon, 7 Feb 2011
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Back pain could result from various causes.You need to consult a Orthopaedic doctor to get examined & for treatment.You may require investigations like X-ray of spine and if necessary MRI of spine to locate the problem. Physiotherapy plays a major role in the management of back pain.postural guidance during rest and work is very important.
Answered: Sun, 24 Apr 2011
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