Treatment experience by Dr. Mubashira

Miara, India - miarachinky@gmail.com

Posted 2017-05-07

My name Miara from Bangalore. I am just 15 years old. First of all thank you for the website you have designed, it gave me and my parents a hope that so many people are suffering and getting cured by Coccydynia.

Both my parents are working in a software development company. When I was 14 years old I injured my tailbone by falling from cycle. My parents took me to so many Doctors but my pain stayed the same, as no one could diagnose that I have this tailbone pain. Back x-ray and also MRI was taken but with no conclusion. I was a so depressed that I have to live with this pain.

My Dad thought let me check on Google what kind of back pain is this?. Then he came across your website and read everything, correlated to my symptoms then he said it's not back pain its tailbone/ Coccydynia. Even he search for treatment where we came across Dr. Syeda Mubashira (see Doctors and specialists in India). Same day we called and took appointment with her, consulted her in her clinic. She took an X-ray and said I have injured my tailbone. She explained about the condition and treatment. Treatment went for a week and on last day I was like 60% better because I was able to sit for 20 mins without pain. Now I am continuing the exercises and precautions whatever she asked me too, I feel I a can enjoy my life.

My parents and myself is so much thankful to Dr. Mubashira for the help. She is amazing and knowledgeable. I would strongly recommend her if anyone is suffering from Coccydynia. Thank you Dr. Mubashira and Jon for making my life back to normal.

Note from Jon Miles:

I emailed more than a year after this story was posted, to ask for an update, as the long-term outcome of treatment is of great interest. In this case I did not get a reply.

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