Back Pain Risk Factors
Human Diseases

Back pain: Age factor

May 5, 2016

What to do when your back hurts?

Today there is a separate direction of treatment of pains in the back – minimally invasive surgery: low traumatism and accuracy; minimal risk of complications; small recovery period after operations. Thanks to the course of procedures from acupuncture, acupressure, hirudotherapy and physiotherapy, you can achieve pain reduction, improve mobility, normalize the general condition.

Back pain can indicate the onset of the development of a serious disease and can easily go into a chronic form. When does the pain become chronic? It is recommended to undergo rehabilitative treatment in specialized hospitals and rehabilitation centers specializing in rehabilitation complex and conservative treatment of back pain.

Osteochondrosis makes a big discomfort and can significantly reduce the quality of life, and therefore requires compulsory and specialized treatment. Methods of treatment of osteochondrosis. Patients feedback is an affordable way to learn about the quality of the services of a rehabilitation center and the level of its doctors.

Back pain, or dorsalgia is the second most common pain syndrome after migraines. 70-90% of the population have pain in the back area and only 20-30% visits to doctor to get rid of torment. Unfortunately, not cured acute pain in time becomes chronic (25% of cases), and it is much more difficult to cope with this problem. We need medicines and medical procedures together with gymnastics, of course, competent doctors who will conduct effective therapy and rehabilitation.

Common causes of severe pain in the back area

Most often the problem originates in the curvature of the spine and uneven loads due to incorrect posture, low motor activity. Back pain can also be a consequence of injuries and various diseases, such as the musculos and skeleton system, and internal organs. The main reasons which are behind the back pain: Spine diseases (osteochondrosis – damage to the intervertebral discs, cartilage, spondylolisthesis – displacement of the vertebrae forward or back, Bechterew’s disease, or ankylosing spondylitis – a progressive genetic disease that affects the hip, shoulder and wrist joints, joint ligaments with the spine, osteomyelitis – purulent infectious inflammation of the bone marrow, hernia (protrusion into the spinal canal) of the intervertebral disc, and others).

Diseases of the back muscles

Fibromyalgia – soreness and lack of mobility of muscles, myofascial syndrome – muscle spasms with the formation of seals – trigger points. Damage to the organs of the thoracic and abdominal cavities (aneurysm (pathological expansion) of the aorta, inflammation of the kidneys – pyelonephritis, diseases of the genital organs, peptic ulcer of the stomach and duodenum, pancreatitis (inflammation of the pancreas), urolithiasis or renal colic. Malignant tumors. Inactive work (behind the wheel, at the computer). The transfer of strong physical activity (in sports, lifting and dragging heavy objects).

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