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Lower back pains, tingling down the leg on taking evening walks, history of hit of the left side. Related?

Hi... I m a 31 year old mother of 2 and lately when I go for my evening walk I get really bad lower back pains and tingling sensation going down my right leg... The pain gets so bad that if try to take a step it huts so much more.. sometimes I can t make it back home... The pain is not there when I start walking until about 10 min. later or so... I do have to say that 3 yrs ago I got hit by a truck on my left side while I was walking.. I don t know if that has anything to do with my problem I just know that I should be able to go for a walk and not feel so much pain to the point where I can no longer walk... I m also 5 and 118 lbs. so I know its not due to my weight..
Asked On : Mon, 24 Sep 2012
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Sports Medicine Specialist 's  Response
make MRI lumbar region .your case may be disc at lumbar and sacral region lead to compression on sciatica nerve make this pain and tingling sensation

physiotherapy is best treatment for your case
program of treattment of cervical:
physical therapy 1_electro therapy cervical(ultrasound_interferrential current_TENS)
2_ hot pack
3_static exercis for strength muscles and stretch ex
4_lumbar TRACTION
Answered: Tue, 25 Sep 2012
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