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Tailbone Pain And Buttocks Pain Treatment In Malaysia
Tailbone pain and pain in the buttocks arise from issues with the tailbone or the low back. It can also come from neglected hip issues.
Lower back pain such as slipped disc, muscle spasms, ligament damage, and joint degenerations are leading causes of buttocks pain. Other causes include problems with the tailbone. The tail bone is a triangular bone made of the sacrum and coccyx. Sacral pain is common in kids and adults. It results from a slip and falls or poor posture. Slip and falls or poor posture can also impact the tip of your tailbone, the coccyx. A pail coccyx is called coccygeal pain or coccydynia. Learn more about the best tailbone pain treatment for coccydynia in Malaysia.
The lumbar spine is also a leading cause of tailbone pain, coccygeal pain (coccydynia), or painful buttocks. Abnormalities of the structures in the lumbar spine may result in a referred pain in the buttocks. Part of the management of referred pain from the lumbar spine should address the abnormalities in the lower back. However, in some chronic, long-standing cases, referred pain areas may need to be treated to achieve maximum medical improvements.
In chronic cases of referred pain, local areas of tenderness may be revealed upon palpation of the muscles in the buttock. Soft tissue abnormalities are most commonly found in gluteal muscles, external rotators of the hip, and lumbar multifidus. Taut fibrous band and muscle tightness are widespread. Active or latent trigger points can be found within the muscles.
What is the best treatment for buttocks pain and back pain in Malaysia?
Pain in the buttocks and coccydynia are best treated through the combined efforts of our expert physiotherapists and chiropractors in Kuala Lumpur Our clinical teams will use specialized medical and therapy devices and manual methods to fix and repair the actual cause of pain in your buttocks. In addition to customized chiropractic and physiotherapy, we will provide you with home care exercises for lasting relief from back pain.
An integrated approach for the management of lower back pain to address the abnormalities in the lumbar spine is shown to yield significant improvements. Local electrical stimulation therapy can decrease inflammation and pain. Mobilization and manipulation of the spine can remove joint movement restrictions. Soft tissue therapy can reduce muscle tension and pain around the lower back and buttocks region. Home stretches for the tight muscle should be given to improve the flexibility of the muscle. Strengthening exercises for the lumbar spine should be commenced gradually and progressively to prevent the recurrence of the injury.
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