Backpain Overview

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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Back And Leg Pain

Generally, there are two kinds of back and leg pain that most of the Americans suffer. One is termed as acute and the other is chronic. The acute back or leg pain tends to remain for a few days to a week or so and this pain is experienced by four out of five adults in the US. The chronic one is quite unbearable that lasts more than two to three months.

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Back Pain Chronic

Talking about back pain, what happens when it becomes chronic, what are the consequences of chronic back pain and the effective treatments for chronic back pain.

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Back Pain Muscles

Back pain muscles may get troubled due to a number of reasons. Just look out for some treatments that can really help you.

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Back Pain: A Common Problem

Suffering from lower back pain? You are not alone. At some point in life almost everyone suffers from back pain. The condition is troublesome not only because it causes pain (severe pain in extreme cases) but also because it interferes with work, daily activities and routine, or recreation.

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Constant Back Pain

Constant back ache is very common among old age people. It may be an outcome malady that is yet to be diagnosed. Constant back ache could persist for more than 12 weeks and is often a result of sciatica and degenerative disc diseases.

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