Chronic back Throbb/Aching pain Pleas...

Chronic back Throbb/Aching pain Please respond if you have anything! Thanks!

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Vancouver, Canada

#1 May 17, 2012
I have been in this boat for almost 9 months, I am an 18 year old male from Canada, I ski professionally in the winter.. started out getting symptoms of painin the mid back area when doing strenuous tasks like lifting/ going to the gym/ working..pain has eased to mainly when I am sitting..fine when lying down sharp pain...have seen multiple chiros, massage, physio, specialists, my GP about 20 times..wearing perscription custom made orthotics for my feet and alignment.. so hopefully those help..hardly seeing progress. Seems to be just muscular to most doctors, but its hard having to live with this pain all the time, had to take this winter off skiing...its definately getting to my head..hard to stay hopeful..
massage therapist yesterday found a very tight pencil shaped knotted muscle in the area of pain..hoping it will simmer down..I think thats maybe whats causing it..
Im seeing another chiropractor at the moment, shes telling me that if there is still a lot of inflammation (pain) that I should rest it for a few weeks, let it relax, ice it..using natural rub on anti-inflammatories and also taking ingestible arnica..icing it lots..lying down doing very little strenuous work for the time being..all the while being adjusted at the chiro and doing some massage therapy...and then once the inflammation is start doing some strengthening ..I sure hope this will do it..Its been forever..
If you have anything you can offer or even similiar experience please reply I haven't found anyone who has similiar symptoms!

Montclair, NJ

#2 Sep 11, 2012

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#3 Sep 12, 2012
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Huntsville, AL

#4 Sep 28, 2012
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