How do you deal with back pain?

Discussion in 'Locker Room' started by Neptune, Oct 8, 2015.

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  1. #1 Neptune, Oct 8, 2015
    Last edited: Oct 8, 2015
    I have bouts of shoulder, neck, and back pains that are so bad sometimes, all I want to do is sleep. I have been to doctors, had x-rays done, blah blah and not a one can find anything wrong. I was told I don't have the best posture but I can't see slightly bad posture doing this. I think that maybe years of sleeping on a crappy bed did me in. That and I used to skateboard, snowboard, play hockey, ect.

    Anyways, I want to avoid being on pain killers so I use heat and ice but sometimes it don't help. Anyone know of any exercises, messages, stretches, anything that can help release pressure and stop inflammation in the back?

    I know this is a shot in the dark to ask here but I have asked on health forums and no one ever responds.
  2. Marijuana
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  3. I was suggested that and in my past experience, it does nothing for pain with me.
  4. Tbh without a diagnosis as to the reason why you are having it, tis kinda hard to suggest anything, all you can really do is try and avoid over straining it, maybe try and sort that posture a little as anything that causes less strain on it will help
  5. That is what sucks. No doc has been able to tell me what is up. They say it all looks normal. I mean I could go to a chiropractor for this but it would need to be 2 to 3 times weekly for a solid 3 months and I can't afford that right now. I have had head, back, neck, jaw scans and nothing. They tried pushing pain killers on me and I wan't nothing to do with them.
  6. I truly feel for people out in the world who deal with daily pain. It isn't easy or fun and most people look at you like "suck it up".
  7. Cocaine.. It numbs all the pain.
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  8. Well yeah no pain when you're dead lol
  9. When you sleep, for your lower back, place a hard pillow under your feet to help relax your lumbar. Do lots of stretching that pulls your spinal cord and allows it to breathe.

    Use the rolling hard foam and move your back on it.

    Lots of hanging stretches and lay on a big bouncy ball enabling your lower back to pull slowly apart.
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  10. Um. Yoga and heat pads.
  11. Dick and strudel
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  12. I have a stability ball, is that what you mean?
  13. As long and you send me some tampons...
  14. This. And occasionally some good pain killers.
  15. Joke Answer: Start drinking heavily. (He's pre-med. You should listen to him.)

    Serious answer (and hold the jokes, please): DDP Yoga is the real deal. It's designed as low-impact for former athletes and, literally, everyone I've known who's tried it says good things.

  16. Really? Where do I get it and how much is it? I didn't know he did Yoga lol

    The info on how to buy should be there, including price.

    Or, if you were an unscrupulous cad, you might be able to find it on a torrent site for free...


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  18. Hey now... I don't do that......... .... ..
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    #2 and #8 are good
  20. So posing as a snake and/or cat will help? Do you do Yoga?
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