As part of my partners university course he studies the human body. He was doing some research on the spine and told me to stand up and asked me about my back problems. After I told him he felt down my spine and felt 2 "dips" and said it could be 2 herniated discs, which would make sense. As a child I managed to damage my coccyx to the point where if I sit down too long it becomes agonising and I have to try to stand up and walk around to try to ease the pain, often resulting in taking pain killers. Now when I damaged my coccyx my spine was straight, ergo, it could have damaged some of the discs after that. My posture is a sort of "S" shape rather than a normal posture. Even as a dancer it was curved and no matter how many stomach and back muscle exersises I do it still stays the same. I've told my doctor and he basically told me my back pain was all in my head. Now what do I do?Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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