Back Pain Details

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Low Back Pain
Low Back Pain
Low back pain may originate from the spine, muscles, nerves or other structures in that region. It may also radiate from other areas like your mid or upper back.
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Radicular Back Pain
Radicular Back Pain
Radicular pain, also known as sciatica is usually accompanied by tingling, numbness, muscle weakness and loss of specific reflexes. It is painful as well as dangerous!
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Axial Back Pain
Axial lower back pain could be mild or severe, dull or sharp which can be felt constantly or intermittently. It may also get worse or better in certain specific conditions.
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Constipation And Lower Back Pain
Lower back pain can be triggered by a number of factors. A disorder in the spine is not the only cause of lower back pain. Even constipation could be a cause of lower back pain in you! ...
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Are Your Suffering From Chronic Lower Back Pain?
Moreover, chronic back pain is not a simple back problem but is a symptom of a serious medical condition like osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, degeneration of the discs, osteoporosis or some infection. ...
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Hips and Lower Back Pain
Often lower back pain can cause stress at the hips as well. It might be almost mysterious that while trying to work something heavy, the stress at the lower back catches at the hip. ...
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Exercises Help Lower Back Pain
It was very shocking to find out that almost 10 million people of America suffer from some kind of lower back pain. The diagnosis carried out by the medical officers indicate that the improper lifestyle is the most propelling factor for this disease or spinal disorder. ...
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Hip and Lower Back Pain
Everyone suffers from back pain at some point in their lives. Back pain due to any kind of fatal accident, fall or injury to the spine cause a condition that requires medical attention. Back pain can happen in any area like the thoracic, cervical or the lumbar. ...
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Inversion and Herniated Disk
When the fluids inside your joints are compressed, they squeeze out naturally. This reduces the elasticity of the cushions that act as shock absorbers. The drying of the joints causes shrinking in the area between the joints from where the nerves pass smoothly. ...
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Lower Back Pain and Leg Numbing
Often, the symptoms of lower back pain slowly develop and mobility of a person becomes difficult. The symptoms of lower back pain start with weakness of the waist and legs. ...
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Lumbar Herniated Disk
Herniated disk is the slipping out of some jelly-like substance from the spinal joints or the bulging of discs inside the spinal joints due to a rupture or shrinking. ...
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Ruptured Disk
When a ruptured disc occurs, the soft materials that make the disk come out through the smooth bindings of the vertebrae bones or the spinal joints. A rupture can make the disk compressed or bulge out of portion. ...
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Aching back due to Spinal Stenosis
As you age, the nerve channel (vertebral canal) of the spine gets narrowed. This narrowing is the reason for compression of the spinal cord within the vertebral canal or at the nerve roots at the end of the spinal cord. ...
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Herniated Cervical Disc
The whole of the spine is at the risk of herniation or rapture. But the most prone areas are the lumbar region, and the cervical region. When a bulging disk occurs in the area of neck, it is called herniated cervical disk. ...
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The Problem Of Herniated Disc
Your body is made up of a number of bones called the “vertebrae”, which when connected together is called the spine. The spine is, therefore, a delicate arrangement of bones which lends stability. ...
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Lower Lumbar Back Pain
The lumbar portion of the spine is the area just above your buttocks. This lowermost part of the spine is further joined to the skeletal structure of the legs. ...
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Symptoms Of Low Back Pain
Low back pain is an ailment affecting a major part of human population, today. There are various causes and symptoms associated with it. They are... ...
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Referred Pain
Referred pain could be mild or severe, achy, dull or migratory in nature. It is usually found in the low back area and may radiate in to buttock, groin and thighs. ...
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