Archive for the ‘Back Pain’ Category

Pinched Nerve in Back

Sunday, February 6th, 2011

A nerve is a cord that carries messages throughout the body from one organ to the brain. These are the sensory cords which run around the body frame. The Nervous System is on the upper region of the human body right after the brain as eventually all the messages are sent to the brain so […]

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Upper Back Pain between Shoulder Blades

Saturday, January 29th, 2011

Shoulder blades or Scapula are the blade like bone structures present on the shoulder. They may also be regarded as the shoulder bones. A pain might occur in these bones due to extreme movements of hands and arms. But can also be due to some other causes such as cardiovascular problems or even back pain […]

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Sciatic Nerve Pain

Saturday, January 29th, 2011

The Sciatic nerve refers to a set of symptoms usually pain resulting from something pressing against the sciatic nerve that is the largest nerve in the body causing irritation or inflammation of the nerve. The condition results in pain that radiates from the lower back all the way down to the buttocks and the lower […]

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Sciatic Nerve

Saturday, January 29th, 2011

The Sciatic Nerve is the longest nerve in the body, extending from the lumbar portion of the spinal cord (in the lower back) down to the legs. It is responsible for relaying sensations and movement impulses between the foot/leg/hip and the brain. Pain resulting from the irritation of the sciatic nerve, usually felt at the […]

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How to Reduce Sciatic Nerve Pain

Saturday, January 29th, 2011

Sciatic Nerve is the longest nerve of the body. When this nerve is pinched due to any reason it produces a tingling pain and may also be increased up to a radiating inflammation which can cause numbness in the back till the lower legs. The worst thing of all is when the person doesn‚Äôt even […]

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Exercises for Low Back Pain

Saturday, January 29th, 2011

Back Pain is a common complaint amongst most of the people in different areas of the world. It makes really uncomfortable for the person suffering from back pain, to carry out different daily routine works. However, any person going through the pain would not tend to move along with it for long or even a […]

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Back Stretches

Saturday, January 8th, 2011

A sedentary lifestyle contributes as much in developing back pain as over doing it during your normal exercise routine or while playing sports. Back pain can occur due to several reasons; most commonly it is caused by a minor sports injury resulting in a sprain or strain caused to the muscles in the back, bad […]

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Low Back Pain

Friday, January 7th, 2011

Lower back pain (or lumbago) is the most common musculoskeletal disorder affecting people these days due to its relation to being the second most common cause of missed work days and job-related disability, only a common cold can cause more missed days. Thus, it is less formerly known as the working man‚Äôs disease. Lower back […]

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Upper Back Pain

Thursday, January 6th, 2011

Upper back pain is pain felt in the upper back region, also called middle back pain or thoracic pain that is pertaining to the chest that comprises the upper portion of the spine and corresponds to the chest area. Upper back pain can occur along with neck pain and/or shoulder pain. It is as common […]

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What is Back Pain ?

Saturday, January 1st, 2011

Back Pain complaints are common in 80% of the total population in most of the countries of the word. There could be a number of reasons behind a minor back pain which can lead the pain to a major chronic pain.¬† Usually the back pain is found at the lower side of the back due […]

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