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Coccydynia - tail bone pain or coccyx pain by Barmac Posted Fri 05 Feb 2010 1:03pm Coccydynia is something you don't often hear mentioned much with regards to back pain and according to Spine Health "is a fairly rare and relatively poorly understood condition". It causes persistant pain at the very bottom of your spine when you are sitting downor any activity that puts pressure on the bottom are of the spine. I su ... Read on »
Bladder Cancer, BCG and granulomatous prostatitis. Tailbone pain. IBM Chemical exposure. by Guessing_Lupus Posted Sat 26 Jun 2010 11:15pm After having 11 tumors removed from my bladder in 3 surgeries over 18 months I decided to do the Bacillus Calmette-Guerin (BCG) treatments.   I believe my bladder cancer is from chemical exposure while I worked at IBM.   I worked with a petroleum byproduct which we used for a computer disk lubricant.   I never smoke cigarettes, which in known t ... Read on »
That Pain in My Butt by LBontherun Posted Tue 15 Feb 2011 10:50pm Blog note: I spent a good chunk of time this weekend re-designing this little blog of mine, so if you’re reading this through a reader, click through to check it out! It’s still a work in progress and I was originally planning to wait to unveil a new design next month when HOTR turns one, but…I’m not always the most patient person. Once I got t ... Read on »
Sciatica: A Real Pain in the Butt by Dr. Brad Lustick Posted Mon 10 Aug 2009 9:53pm THE MANY FACES AND CAUSES OF SCIATICA Sciatica merely describes a path of pain and is not a specific diagnosis. The use of the term "sciatica" does not specify a cause. Defined, "sciatica" is a description of a particular path of pain following the sciatic nerve as it traverses the buttock (hip) and/or continues down the back of the thigh, ... Read on »
Dear Doctor, I have Butt and Leg Pain. Can you Help me? by Dr B Doctor of Chiropracty Posted Tue 09 Jun 2009 12:09pm 1 Comment Pain starts in my left rear-end and travels down my leg. Sometimes I even get numbness. I don’t really have much back pain. Is it back-related? Over and over we see patients with pain in the legs and buttocks or numbness and tingling in the legs, but no back pain. Most often the problem still comes from the lower back. The reason is ... Read on »
Sciatica: A Real Pain in the Butt by Dr. Brad Lustick Posted Wed 04 Nov 2009 10:04pm THE MANY FACES AND CAUSES OF SCIATICA Sciatica merely describes a path of pain and is not a specific diagnosis. The use of the term "sciatica" does not specify a cause. Defined, "sciatica" is a description of a particular path of pain following the sciatic nerve as it traverses the buttock (hip) and/or continues down the back of the thigh ... Read on »
Sooth Upper Back Pain Using a Foam Roller by Elaine E. Healthy Living Professional Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 9:44pm 4 Comments I have a unique job as a pilates instructor because, until most professionals out there, I don't spend the majority of my day at a computer. Since I started blogging, however, I have a renewed understanding of how painful it is to the body to sit a computer for hours on end! So many factors can play a part in upper back and neck ... Read on »
Back to Back : Various Back Pain Types Explained by Healthy-Clues .. Healthy Living Professional Posted Fri 11 Jun 2010 4:52am Ouch! Back pain can be so painful and it is estimated that nearly 80% of Americans suffer from some form of back pain of another. Do you? If so, how do you handle it? Here are the most common types of back pain Neck pain Upper back pain Lower back pain Tailbone pain ________________________ Neck Pain Neck pain is commonly ... Read on »
Lower Back Pain by Kris K. Patient Expert Posted Fri 12 Sep 2008 4:04am 1 Comment Low back pain can be caused from a number of physical or emotional reasons, such as an imbalance between hamstring and quadriceps flexibility, an imbalance between abdominal and back strength, fears about money, guilt, or love. For serious back pain, see your doctor for recommendations and diagnosis. For mild back pain, try the s ... Read on »
Pepperoni Pizza - How The Bowel Can Trigger Bladder Pain and Interstitial Cystitis Flares by Jill O. Patient ExpertHealth Impact Award Posted Wed 24 Sep 2008 1:40pm What’s the worst that could happen after eating a slice of pepperoni pizza? A little heartburn, for most people. But for up to a million women in the U.S., enjoying that piece of pizza has painful consequences. They have a chronic bladder condition that causes pelvic pain. Spicy food — as well as citrus, caffeine, tomatoes and alcohol — can ca ... Read on »