Coccyx pain and treatment from Dr. Syeda Mubashira


Posted 2013-07-07

Hi, I am Sapna from Bangalore. I work for CRO which requires long hours of sitting. Since a few days, I started getting pain in my tail bone (coccyx region). I was not able to sit for more than 10 mins and travelling was horrible as it used to pain a lot. I was not sure if it was related to bone pain or something else. However, looking at symptoms found in internet, I confirmed that I could have coccydynia. Then I started searching in internet for specialists for coccydynia, luckily I found Dr. Rajveer Singh's and Dr. Syeda Mubashira's name in site. I was very happy looking at the testimonials for these guys.

I took an appointment with Dr. Syeda Mubashira (see Doctors and specialists in India) (only for Lady patients) and met her. She advised me to take an dynamic tail bone X-ray and get a Blood test done (for Vit D3 and B12). In X-ray, it was clearly visible that my tailbone was injured. And my Vit D3 and B12 also turned out to be low. I would really appreciate Dr. Mubashira for her perfect diagnosis.

I was then advised for 10 days of Physiotherapy. The same day I started with my treatment. Believe it or not, after treatment, on the same day I was able to sit comfortably in car for more than 1 hour with no pain. Now after completing 10 days of treatment, it has given me 75% relief. I am able to perform my routine work (apart from riding bike) with no pain. Dr. Mubashira has given me set of exercises to improve my muscle strength around tail bone area and lower back area and have instructed me to continue at least for 3-4 months for good recovery.

I highly appreciate her talent and knowledge about tail bone pain. Being so energetic and friendly she has a long way to go in this field. I would highly recommend Dr. Syeda Mubashira to anyone who is suffering from coccydynia or any other pain.



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