Pinched never, Sciatic Nerve Pain, Numb Leg
Back Pain can be characterized by
spinal stress and pain. An inability to bend over, or possibly
move at all. One of the most common pains for the back is
Sciatic pain. Sciatica is inflammation which radiates
along the sciatic nerve, butt, and leg. Most back pain
can be diminish through the use of physical therapy or massage
therapy. Though the healing time can be upwards of 6 months,
or even years, but this depends upon the damage. In the case
of injury, to the spine such as sprains and fractures can cause
either short-lived or chronic pain. (Chronic pain is defined as pain
which persists for more than 3 months.) Sprains are tears in
the ligaments that support the spine, and they can occur from
twisting or lifting improperly. Fractured vertebrae are often the cause
of osteoporosis, a condition that causes weak, porous bones. Less
commonly, back pain may be caused by more severe injuries that
result from accidents and falls.
Pre-Disposing Factors / Common Causes:
1. Poor posture
2. Improper Lifting habits
4. Being Overweight
5. Calcium or other nutrients deficiency
Practicing correct lifting techniques
Maintaining correct posture while sitting, standing, and sleeping
Maintaining a healthy weight
Reducing emotional stress which may cause muscle tension
Yoga or stretching techniques
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