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    Angry Felt a pop in my lower back
    I was doing my last warmup set of deads...495x2. On the second rep, my back rounded a little and I then felt a sudden pop right in my lower back. It literally felt like something exploded in my back. I finished the rep like a retard (i felt the pop about 6 inches through the ascent of my rep). Now Im in pretty bad pain. Any thoughts on what I may have done? Should I see a doctor?

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    i had the same thing happen to me. i took it easy for a couple of weeks and it went away.

    but if you got insurance it never hurts to see a doc.

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    Yea Im wondering how common this is. This was light weight (or so I thought) so Im assuming its happened to other guys.

    The thing that had me worried is that my buddy said thats exactly what happened to him, and he needs surgery on his back. He cant squat or dead, bb row...anything. I was freakin out.

    Chime in if this has ever happened to you.

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    Originally posted by pullinbig
    i had the same thing happen to me. i took it easy for a couple of weeks and it went away.

    but if you got insurance it never hurts to see a doc.
    those are pretty much your options..

    i tweaked my low back a few weeks ago squatting..the only thing that helped was rest/heat pad/ stretching

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    Chances are you just popped a disc in your lower back outta place...

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    agree with gymphreak...

    C-ditty

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    sounds to me like a disc
    if you are not getting any referred pain, it probably wasn't to serious ( not impinging on a nerve)
    If it was me I would go see a doc or a physio

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    Originally posted by inked1
    sounds to me like a disc
    if you are not getting any referred pain, it probably wasn't to serious ( not impinging on a nerve)
    If it was me I would go see a doc or a physio
    Yeah, that.



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    Where is the pain? Is it just in your back or your ass and leg a bit?
    I'd rest it for a couple days and if the pain doesn't go away see a doc or chiropractor.

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    That happened to me a couple of weeks back. I went to see a chiropractor and he did some shit and the pain went away, but 3 weeks later the pain started in the other side, which is kind of ironic considering he wanted to see em in 3 weeks. I would just let it heal n it's own, because those dudes are all crooks.

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    Originally posted by Chips
    That happened to me a couple of weeks back. I went to see a chiropractor and he did some shit and the pain went away, but 3 weeks later the pain started in the other side, which is kind of ironic considering he wanted to see em in 3 weeks. I would just let it heal n it's own, because those dudes are all crooks.
    so you saying chiros are crocks?

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    In my opinion yes. A friend of mine has back spasms and he was seeing a Chiro for a couple of years and while seeing the chiro the pain kept coming back. All of a sudden when he says fuck it and stops seeing the dude, because he can't afford it. His back gets better. If they could fix everyone they would be out a job!

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    Default Re: Felt a pop in my lower back
    Originally posted by DougoeFre5h
    I was doing my last warmup set of deads...495x2. On the second rep, my back rounded a little and I then felt a sudden pop right in my lower back. It literally felt like something exploded in my back. I finished the rep like a retard (i felt the pop about 6 inches through the ascent of my rep). Now Im in pretty bad pain. Any thoughts on what I may have done? Should I see a doctor?
    Dougoe,

    Same exact thing happened to me, I was warming up with 245 deads, and like an idiot, on the negative part, i was controlling it down and i guess my back was rounded. Only thing is though, I didn't hear a pop, but my back gave out, and i jsut drop the weight on the bar supports that the racks have. Again, like you I tried to do another one, got it, but that was the end of the workout. Anyways, it's been like 1.5 months since i went to the gym and the day after the incident i couldn't walk. I've been to the chiro and also an got an mri. I do have a herniated disc, but doctor thinks, from the way i bend and move now that it's not from teh dead lifts.. people usualy have herniated discs anddon't know, and don't feel any pain. Anyways, give it like 2-3 weeks.. you should feel close to 100%. If not, and if you feel tingling or numbness down your legs, you may have a herniated disc, and there are non-medical procedures you can follow. good luck.. i can't wait til next week to go into the gym .. 1.5 months off is a long time ..

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    Originally posted by Chips
    In my opinion yes. A friend of mine has back spasms and he was seeing a Chiro for a couple of years and while seeing the chiro the pain kept coming back. All of a sudden when he says fuck it and stops seeing the dude, because he can't afford it. His back gets better. If they could fix everyone they would be out a job!
    i have had great results with both chiros i have used.

    as far as fixing everyone and they would be out of a job......what about car mechanics?

    people continuously get injured and new babys are born everyday.

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    Originally posted by pullinbig
    i have had great results with both chiros i have used.

    as far as fixing everyone and they would be out of a job......what about car mechanics?

    people continuously get injured and new babys are born everyday.
    exactly...i think a chiro will work for some and others it wont..but you wont know until you go and try one out..

    same way some meds work for some people and others it makes things worse..if it doesnt help you then dont go anymore..others get results

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    chiros are like any other occupation, you get great ones and you get fucked ones
    but IMO a physio is the way to go

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    Originally posted by inked1
    chiros are like any other occupation, you get great ones and you get fucked ones
    but IMO a physio is the way to go
    nice atavar bro. very sweet.

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    what about car mechanics?
    next to Cops, Mechanics are the biggest crooks on earth!

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    exactly...i think a chiro will work for some and others it wont..but you wont know until you go and try one out..
    I agree. But they didn't work for me. Maybe it's the dam chrios in Canada that are bad!

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    Well my back isnt 100% but its much better. No pain or numbness down my legs. No real worries at this point other than future workouts. Ill be thinking about this everytime I pick something up.

    Thanks for the good advice, I might visit the doc anyways and tell him whats up. If I have a herniated disk I want to know about it.

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    start back light with perfect form. try to be sparing with the belt they cause me more probs on deads than they do good. squats is fine.

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    PB, i was pullin just 495 with no belt when I felt the pop. I agree with you about the belt, but this pop was outa nowhere. I could understand if I was going for some crazy PR that Ive never touched but this was during warmups. I did back for the first time since, and was able to row moderate weight with a belt, perfect form. The pain is still here though, about the same as day 3. Live and learn.

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    been there done that as well. it just happens sometimes.

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    There is a possibility that you have herniated a disk of your spine, go to a doctor.

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    I just had 2 back surgeries 5 or 6 months ago. The first was for a herniated disc. That is the exact same thing i felt when i herniated my disc. It wasnt extreme pain but it was there. Get it checked out before it gets any worse. I waited and end up having to have both surgeries, the second was for a lumbar fusion cause i waited.

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