You never said how long you are to be away from your home? My suggestion is you get a recommended Physiatrist in the area and try a nerve block or something similar. You need spinal intervention which could be a form of an injection that might greatly give you pain relief. Have you had an MRI recently? I would also advise you to get one when you are back home to get a base study in the event there is further deterioration. You are still a young lady. The fact that this seems to have started after your travels may be as simple as the mattress in the bed. I am a great believer in stretches and there are a number of yoga/pilates that help but I would prefer you saw an experienced medical specialist. Or you could see a sports specialist, I say sports as they usually have more training.
Given the fact you walked your dog for an hour without problems suggests to me it may well be the bed you are sleeping on and the travel. In other words positional and lack of support from the mattress. Sittin /lying in the same position for an extended period of time can cause all sorts of twists in the body. Good luck with everything and I hope your grandchild makes an excellent recovery. Sending good energy.
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Physical therapists or physiotherapist are not medical drs. They work alongside medical drs also. Many are in private practice. I always suggest you get examined by a physciatrist first to establish proper diagnosis and then appropriate treatment plan. Physciatrists also can do much more re pain relief nerve blocks injections. I hope this helps. They are the experts in rehabilitation of the whole body. I was always taught by an old professor of medicine. The body will heel itself if you give it the right environment. Also with the help of the right Practitioner.
You need to have a pediatric neurologist, physical therapist, occupational therapist, orthopedic physician, clinical nurse specialist, psychiatrist/psychologist, dietician, care coordinator, social worker, and genetic counselor. At later stages, a pulmonologist and a cardiologist. This is the team I work with to improve the quality of life in a child. It is imperative that you surround yourself with the best. You may, if not already, get referred to a social worker to get things in place. You will probably require adjustments to the home, etc. You must get all this in place. In Edinburgh, where I trained, we all work as a team in the children’s hospital to make life easier for the parents and the child. I also would encourage you to get in touch with a group of like-minded parents and join in the research of this disease. Though it’s rare affecting boys more than girls, there are substantial amounts of parents who you should get in touch with to help support you also. I wish you all blessings for the future and it will be bright. I have had some of my children go on to be married and have degreed education.
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