as every patient's particular health issue. I strongly suggest that you interview Naturopaths in the area. The AANP... Practitioner and I practice in the Bay Area
Kerri Knox, RN
Functional Medicine Practitioner
This may be the cervico-thoracic junction you are talking about- in other words, the area between the neck and midback area. You may have irritated the paraspinal muscles surrounding the bones in that area
? That is a common area in the lower back that can have subluxation, causing pain, and also decreasing flexibility.... There are also ligaments in this area as well as overlying muscle which can spasm (and cause pain).
Due to the SI Joint...
Sorry but I'm having a difficult picturing a red bump. It might be an ingrown hair or it might be a sexually transmitted infection, especially if you're itchy. Since you're worried, it's best to go see your family doctor.