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Pain in lumber region while bowling. Had different medicine. Not cured. Suggestion

hi my name is abdullah im 22 year old weight 60kg and cricketer.......i feel severe pain in my left lumber region only during bowling from 3-4 years.before it,i was nt having problem like this..i used a lot of medicine for this bt doesnt work plz kindly suggest smthng to me abt this tht i may continue my cricketing career thnk u...
Asked On : Sat, 21 Apr 2012
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Dear Mr. Abdullah,
You are having symptoms of chronic Lumbago which may be due to Spinal Instability / Chronic degenerative Disc disease or failed Back with minor disc bulge. Hence you should go for Digital X-Ray of Lumbo-Sacral Spine, AP View, Lat. view inf Flexion & Lat. view in Extension. More over you also require M R I of Lumbo-sacral spine. After theses investigations you should consult an Orthopaedic Surgeon or Ortho-Spine Surgeon for further management. In the mean time you can join a good physiotherapy center & Start taking Muscle Relaxant tablets in consultation with your family physician.
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