Back Pain: Do not Ignore Back Pain!

NEVER ignore Back Pain!  Back pain sometimes show symptoms of more severe illness. Really?

Back Pain: Do not Ignore Back Pain!

Back Pain: Do not Ignore Back Pain!

Back has a bone known as the lower spine or lumbar area. This bone has a very important function of the human body. Functions include structural support, movement and protection of certain body tissues. For example, when a person stands, the bones will serve to hold the weight of the body. Similarly when sitting, these bones bear most of the burden of the body.

Back area has a very important function in the human body, including making the body upright, movement, and protect several vital organs. When a person is standing, waist serves as a buffer most of the weight. When we shake the hips, the waist will assist movement. Therefore, to detect abnormalities in the waist doctors will usually tell the patient standing upright or hips. The most important function of the lumbar spine is as a pass protector nervous system along the spine and the organs contained in the abdominal cavity.

You can imagine what if the pelvis or lower spine is impaired. All activities can be disrupted. If the waist is painful, let alone work, to move only the sufferer will have difficulty. While a common cause of back pain, among others, nerve irritation, sores stretching (lumbar radiculopathy) and bone disorder (bony encroachment).

Back pain caused by a stretch injury usually occurs because of microscopic tears. It became the most common cause of back pain is found in most cases of back pain. Such injuries can occur due to excessive use, for example, lifting the load is too heavy. The use of incompatible or serious injury (trauma). Soft tissue injuries are usually classified as acute if it does not go away for a few days or up to several weeks. If the strain lasts longer than three months, the case will be detected as chronic back pain.

In addition to soft tissue injuries, there are also low back pain or radiculopathy caused by lumbar nerve irritation caused by damage to the discs between the vertebrae. Damage to the discs due deterioration (degeneration) of the outer disc lumbar spine, severe injury (traumatic injury), or both. As a result, the central softer portion can be torn (herniate) through the outer ring of the disc adjacent to the spinal cord or the nerves as they exit the spine arrangement.

The common symptoms of Hernia disc is also known as sciatica pain which radiating down to the leg. Sciatica can also be preceded by a history of local pain in the spine. Sense of a feeling of numbness and tingling. Furthermore, the pain increases with movements at the waist and can increase when coughing or sneezing. In events more severe sciatica can be caused by damage to the bladder.

Disorders of the bone, can also cause back pain. For example, bone disorders of the spinal cord nerves, including the narrowing of the spinal cord. If you begin to feel back pain, you should immediately go to the hospital because so many symptoms can be found from back pain.

Back pain are also common due to the stretching of the pubic bone. Stretching often occurs in people over the age of 40 years. Sometimes this condition can strike without age limit. The symptoms include a sense of discomfort or pain in the waist after experiencing mechanical stresses waist.

The degree of pain depends on how much muscle injury.

Back pain is a disease that can be recurrent intrusive and anytime. If it does not feel in the morning, afternoon or night can be another recurrence.

Treatment for this problem include oral medications, a course of physiotherapy to strengthen the muscle, injection to the lower back. If those conservative treatment failed, surgery may normally be recommended for severe cases.

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