Sunday, March 30, 2008

Pain and Discomfort at Your Back?

Among the most common and known medical problems are the complaints of low back pain which is associated with various disorders or diseases. The positive side is that they clients must realize usually it takes a few weeks to resolve the most episodes of back pain. Back pain can be among the highly difficult, complicated, and frustrating problems for several patients and their doctors.

The proper treatment for back pain understands the cause of your back pain. It is primarily because back pain is there are times that back pain is very complicated and hard to treat. A basic and better knowledge for the causes of the conditions will help and support the patient during the process of recovery of back pain.

As what was mentioned a while go that back pain causes in many different ways.

Lumbar Muscle Strain. The most common cause of back pain is muscle strains which are located in the lower back. This is also called as the Lumbar Muscle Strain. The primary event that triggered the spasm may or may not be remembered by the client. However, the episode of muscle strains in the lower back may resolve within a few weeks completely.

Ruptured Disc. A ruptured intervertebral disc or what is also know as the herniated disc, is another common cause of back pain wherein it is considered to be an emergency case.

Discogenic Back Pain. This kind of pain is thought to be one of the common causes of low back pain. Discogenic back pain is resulted to the damage to the intervertabral disc but without disc herniation involved. With the used of a discogram, the doctor may diagnose discogenic back pain.

Spinal Stenosis. In the aging population, spinal stenosis is the common cause of back pain. This is due to the constricted spinal canal because of arthritis and other conditions. If ever the spinal canal becomes too tight, it will result to back pain.

Lumbar Spine Arthritis. The most commonly affects joints such as the joints and the knees are the Arthritis. Though, arthritis can affect your body joints which include the small joints of the spine. With the presence of arthritis in the small joint of the spine, it can cause back pain during movement.

Spondylolisthesis. Spondylolisthesis is the result of the adjacent vertebra which is unstable and starts to "slip" and eventually causes back pain. Due to degenerative vicissitudes causing loss of the normal stabilizing construction of the spinal column, Spondylolisthesis will results and eventually causes back pain.

Osteoporosis. Osteoporosis is one of the leading causes of orthopedic problems and discomfort generally. Back pain from osteoporosis is associates with compression fractures of the vertebra. Osteoporosis can weaken the bones and eventually result to fractures.


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