Back pain relief

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Back Pain

There are many causes of pain in the back. Symptoms in the lower back can be a result of problems in the bony lumbar spine, discs between the vertebrae, ligaments around the spine and discs, spinal cord and nerves, muscles of the low back, internal organs of the pelvis and abdomen, and the skin covering the lumbar area. Pains in the upper back can also be a result of disorders of the aorta, chest tumors, and inflammation of spine.



Most people have experienced back pain sometime in their life. The causes of back pain are numerous; some are self-inflicted due to a lifetime of bad habits. Other back pain causes include accidents, muscle strains, and sports injuries. Although the causes may be different, most often they share the same symptoms.

  • Persistent aching or stiffness anywhere along your spine, from the base of the neck to the hips.
  • Sharp, localized pain in the neck, upper back, or lower back — especially after lifting heavy objects or engaging in other strenuous activity.
  • Chronic ache in the middle or lower back, especially after sitting or standing for extended periods.
  • Back pain that radiates from the low back to the buttock, down the back of the thigh, and into the calf and toes.
  • Inability to stand straight without having severe muscle spasms in the low back.

Kyphosis symptoms may include:

The spine has a series of normal curves when viewed from the side. These curves help to better absorb the loads applied to the spine from the weight of the body. The cervical spine (neck) and lumbar spine (lower back) are have a normal inward curvature that is medically referred to aslordosis or “lordotic” curvature by which the spine is bent backward. The thoracic spine (upper back) has a normal outward curvature that is medically referred to as kyphosis or the “kyphotic” curve by which the spine is bent forward.The normal curves of the spine allow the head to be balanced directly over the pelvis. If one or more of these curves is either too great or too small, the head may not be properly balanced over the pelvis. This can lead to back pain, stiffness, and an altered gait or walking pattern.

  • Slouching posture or hunchback
  • Mild back pain
  • Spinal stiffness or tenderness
  • Fatigue


Our spine is an engineering marvel that supports our weight and ties our body together. The spinal column consists of a stack of small bones that range in size from 2-3 inches to 5-6 inches in diameter. When viewed from the front, the spine appears to be straight, but when looked at from the side, the normal spine has two gentle S-curves.

Scoliosis is an abnormal curvature of the spine. In scoliosis, the spine curves to the side when viewed from the front, and each vertebra also twists on the next one in a corkscrew fashion.

Scoliosis affects girls twice as often as it affects boys. About three to five of 1,000 people are affected. Scoliosis usually occurs in those older than 10 years, but the condition can be seen in infants.

These symptoms are only those associated with the spine being curved:

  • Your head may be off center.
  • One hip or shoulder may be higher than the other.
  • You may walk with a rolling gait.
  • The opposite sides of the body may not appear level.
  • You may experience back pain or tire easily during activities that require excessive trunk (chest and belly) movement.

Slipped Disc

There are several factors that could cause a slipped disc. These include degeneration due to old age, damage from lifting something wrong and injuring it, or some other excessive strain or twisting and turning motion. Sudden trauma is not a usual cause, but it may also affect a slipped disc.


  • Pain that travels down the back of the leg starting from the buttocks down to the knee. This is what is known as sciatica pain.
  • Numbness, weakness, tingle or pain in the back, legs, feet or buttocks or all of these at the same time.
  • Numbness or tingle around the buttocks, anus, or genital regions.
  • Pain if you move, cough or raise your legs.
  • Trouble controlling urine or bowels.
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