What stretches are best ? What meds are best?
jdannese,You have not said if you have seen a Dr or not. But yes exercise does in fact help.Depending on the severity you are at one of the best is a pelvic tilt where you lie on your back in the floor and lift your pelvis hold to a count of 5 then 10 later and ease back to floor.Series of ten 2 to 3 times a day as well as leg lifts hold each leg up as far as possible hold same as above then back to floor.When you are done roll over and use your arms and hands to help yourself up.Also stand up beside a wal ,door whatever and tilt your hip to the wall hold same as above turn around do the other side.You will immedietly feel some of the tension release.Depending on your choice of Dr!s they willl start you out with antiinflammatories as well as muscle relaxers and some type of pain meds.This is the initial onset .They work with trial and error in the strengths of your meds as well as the treatment plan.Good Luck... Kathysbest P.S. Also they normally go for rehabilitation clinic in the beginning.
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