My pain is in my lower back, about two or so inches above my bum. It is in the center on the spine and the pain goes a bit to the right. It doesn't hurt really until I move my hips a certain way, and I get this sharp pain. The kind you hold still for. It especially hurts to move my hips back. To me when I feel it , I imagine it to be grinding against another bone or something, but not sure.
My neurologist says it is a lumbar strain, that is probably from my neck spine issues. How does the neck relate to the lumbar spine?
I've had this problem off and on I believe for years, but now it is there all the time.
Could it be more than a strain?
I am getting left hip pain, left knee and ankle pain. Alone with some nerve pain in the left leg, and have had a few cramps in my left bum cheek. My neck pain is in my left side as well as my left arm, with tendonitis.