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    Posted: Oct 28 2010 at 4:09pm
I was playing dodgeball a few nights ago and I think I threw my back out. What is the best way to help the healing process? The pain is mostly in the lower part of my back.
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You can try the hot and cold method. Place a hot water bag on your back for 5 mins and then put an ice pack. Alternate like this 4-5 times.
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If the pain continues for more than a week at the most, you need to see a Doctor.  You could have injured one of your disks in your back.  If that's the case, you may require back surgery to correct your back pain.
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Yes... If your still feeling the same pain after many day... you really have see your doctor... Home remedies might not be applicable if it still continue...
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You can try hot and cold method and if pain remains for more then a week you need to contact with an doctor. Injuries should always be taken as priority. I think you must need a good treatment. 

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