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Lower back pain when i lay down on hard flat surfaces

Hello Everyone,
Over a year ago now , I was changing a wheel and pulled something in my lower back.
I was still having to dive so sucked up the pain, it got better over the next few months until someone pulled out in front of me at the bottom of a hill and I locked up my racing cycle and the back slid round twisting my back for far it but me on my knee' in agony, It now affected how I walked which led to further back issues and a torn facet joint.
I did stretches and strength training and now still I just cant lay down on a hard flat surface on my back I can stand for hrs. shoveled 4 tonne's of dirt and concrete and can ride 50 miles in one hot , not a twinge.
But lay down flat for 2 minutes and agony ?
Any advice anyone ?

Kind regards

Dave G


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