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    Unhappy Extreme low back pain after kneeling squat?

    So, I was doing a warmup with 60kg on the kneeling squat, then 4 reps in, boom, extreme pain in low back. Made the mistake of reracking, should've dumped it. It seems to be hurting a ton on the left side.

    Can't sit, can barely flex lumbar spine without excruciating pain.

    Laying on back now, it feels like a pop in there that REALLY needs to be clicked.

    I've tried getting in dip form/hang on house bar to decompress the lumbar, but it didn't help.

    Hurts an insane amount when trying to posterior pelvic tilt.

    What shall I do?

    Thanks!
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    In general you can rest a couple of days and then start doing light activity. If it isn't improving at all after a few days then see a doctor. Taken NSAIDs regularly to help keep down inflammation. Is the pain going down your leg at all?
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    Notice if as you’re squatting down, your back (upper, lower, and lumbar) is rounding in any way.
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