The Human Body

Upper Back Discomfort Relief

When patients report back pain, they are usually referring to tenderness or injury in the lower back. While upper back discomfort is far less common than lower back pain, it can nevertheless cause significant pain to those suffering from it.

Upper back discomfort is often caused by joint dysfunction, as well as muscular irritation known as myofascial pain. Injuries such as a herniated or degenerated disc can also create pain in the upper back.

Your Upper Back

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Lower Back Pain and Sciatica

Sciatica is the most common ailment experienced by people during the course of their lives. If the pain is persistent, it can hinder movement, cause stress, and be responsible for a lack of desire to pursue day-to-day activities. It can even be responsible for reduced social interaction.

The cause of sciatica is very often a lumbar disc prolapse or what is more commonly known as a hernia or disc herniation. It is more likely to occur between the ages of 30 – 50 after heavy lifting or falls.

The degeneration of the spine that occurs during the aging process is the primary cause of low back pain although actions such as prolonged standing or sitting at a desk can overextend the low back muscles and damage the lumbar disc.

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Back Pain

Ever had back pain? Most of us will answer yes. The pain can be anywhere from a dull ache to one which causes permanent loss of work.

What Are The Causes?

Majority of low back pain is caused by strains on the muscles and ligament in the back. Other more serious are due to a protruding disc or very rarely a tumor or infection.
Limit my remarks to muscle or ligament strain as well as some words on sciatica and disc problems.

The Best and Easiest Treatment For Back Pain

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