Patient : Okay, so I have had back pain since I was about 8 years old. I am currently 17. It happened because of an accident cause by jumping on a trampoline. I fell off of it, and landed on the metal part, straight on my spine. Ever since then, I have had back problems. If I sit in a position for too long, or with my back hunched over, then it hurts immensely. Usually, it is in my lower to middle back area, but if I don't sleep on it right, then it travels up my back. Sometimes, it hurts to even breathe, and when I do, it feels like all of the bones in my back ache. I don't have any clue why this happens. My back is always hurting, it has kind of become a sort of background noise to me, because it is always there. When I take in deep breaths, it sends a sort of shock wave through my entire back, which is really painful. It hurts to bend over as well. I don't know what this is, and I'm not sure if it is permanate. If you could get back to me on this, that would be great, thanks.
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