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Low Back Pain FAQ
Low Back Pain FAQ 1. Who is affected by Lower back pain? Most people deal with some form of low back pain over their lifetime. It is most common in people who are between the ages of 40 and 80, so these people are the ones who can benefit most from knowing more about the ...
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Low Back Pain Tips
Low Back Pain Tips The low back, or lumbar area, serves a number of important functions for the human body. These functions include structural support, movement, and protection of certain body tissues. When we stand, the lower back is functioning to support the weight of the upper body. When we bend, extend, or rotate at ...
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Good and Bad Exercises for Low Back Pain
Treatment for Lower Back Pain: Exercises Exercising is good for the lower back pain, but not all types of exercise are beneficial. If you have any mild discomfort when you first start exercising, it should go away as your muscles get stronger. If your pain is more than mild in intensity and if it lasts ...
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Low Back Pain Exercises
Low Back Pain Exercises Regular low back pain exercises can restore the strength in your low back and allow a gradual return to your activities. If you've recently had surgery on your lower back, your surgeon or your physical therapist may recommend that you do exercise for back pain for about 10 minutes one to ...
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Inversion Treatment of Low Back Pain
Inversion Treatment of Low Back Pain   What is low back pain? Low back pain, sometimes abbreviated LBP is one of the most common reasons why patients seek the care of their physician. The common cold is the only thing that bothers people more. Low back pain can be caused by heavy lifting, frequent bending, ...
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Low Back Pain Treatment
Lower Back Pain Treatment If you suffer from low back pain, you're not alone. More than three-quarters of all adults have pain in their lower back at some time over the course of their life and it's the most frequent cause of disability related to employment. Low back pain is also a significant factor in time ...
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Nonspinal Causes of Back Pain
Definition and CausesSymptoms and Diagnostic ProceduresTreatment and CareDefinition and Causes Nonspinal Causes of Back Pain Back pain is discomfort that occurs in your back; anywhere from the back of your shoulders and neck down to the top of the hips. It is one of the most frequent types of physical pain. Up to 80% of ...
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Low Back Pain (Lumbago)
Definition and CausesSymptoms and Diagnostics ProceduresTreatment and CareDefinition and Causes What is Lumbago? Lumbago or (Low back pain) is a common term used to describe stiffness and pain in the lumbar or lower portion of the back. Sometimes people refer to this area as the “small” of the back. Sometimes when Lumbago occurs, pain that ...
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Back Pain
Definition, Causes, ComplicationsSymptoms and diagnosticsTreatment and CareDefinition, Causes, Complications The general definition of back pain is pain felt in any part of the back. Back pain can be an annoyance, or it can be excruciating and debilitating. It often results from, among other things, muscle problems and the degeneration of discs between the vertebrae. For ...
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Lower Right Back Pain
Lower Right Back Pain: Definition, Causes, and Treatment What is low back pain? Low back pain is discomfort in the lumbar or lower portion of the back. It can be related to problems with the lumbar spine, the intervertebral discs that are located between the vertebrae, the spinal cord or nerves, the muscles or ligaments ...
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