- Back pain after a severe fall or blow
- Blood in your urine or burning with urination
- Loss of control over urine or stool (often referred to as incontinence)
- Pain traveling down your arms to your fingers or legs below the knee
- Pain that is worse when you lie down or that wakes you up at night
- Warmth, redness or swelling on the back or spine
- Severe pain that does not allow you to get comfortable; ie sitting, standing or sleeping
- Weakness or numbness in your buttocks, thigh, leg, or pelvis
Thursday, November 7, 2013
Low Back Injury At Work? What To Do If You Have A Minnesota Work Related Back Injury.
Every week our staff of trained professional Minnesota workers compensation lawyers and paralegals receive calls from Minnesota workers suffering low back and neck injuries. This article answers the question; When should you contact a medical professional?