Hi. First question--have you had any MRI's of any part of your spine?
They didn't specify an exact type.
herniated disk in the back
By "disk problem", do you mean hernia, or also something different?
If the digestion was not involved, why was it worsening after each coffee?
In the neck I never had pain, but I know to have a straight cervical. I had an x-ray 4 years ago because I felt my head pushed forward when I speak with other people.
However I never had back problems, before my injury few months ago.
Can it be an hernia even if the pain is not strong (except for three days)?
Ok, so it can be that I had an hernia for a few days, considered that now the pain to the legs is slowly disappearing? I didn't know it can heal so quickly, as my brother had hernia problems for more than 10 years.
So it can also be that the gym-related injury to the sacral area, which was not causing pain to the legs, is not an hernia?
Will the ruptured disk or herniated disk heal themselves? Does chiropractic or physiotherapy help?