Acquired Spondylolisthesis

When a healthy person starts feeling pain in back and complains about lower back stress then it is said that he has acquired a back pain disorder due to his constant back forcing activities. The disorder could be of any type, be it a displacement of vertebrae or forward and backward movement of them. If in such condition the vertebrae are moved forward or backward in the spine then the person is said to have an Acquired Spondylolisthesis.

Acquired Spondylolisthesis can be of many reasons. Two of them could either be carrying of lots of stress on the back, as in lifting heavy objects; or it can be due to any such of sports activity which can cause pain in the back bone. A repeated and constant force applied to the backbone tends to cause acquired spondylolisthesis which can result into serious and severe condition of spondylolisthesis as well.

The symptoms for spondylolisthesis are certainly pain in back and particularly the lower part of the back near to buttocks and the thighs. Sometimes inflammation is also complained by the sufferer in the muscles and tissues connected to the spine. This is because of movement of the vertebrae in the vertebral column loosen the attachment of tissues that are fused with them and cause extreme pain and inflammation.

Acquired spondylolisthesis can be cured and treated with the help of exercises, massages and pain killers. However pain killers provide temporary relief from the pain to the patient and also containing many effects that are explored later in the body but exercises are the best way to comfort the pain and bring the displaced vertebrae back to their positions. These exercises are suggested by the best physiotherapists that are acted and performed in particular postures by the patients to attain the actual and required movement of the vertebrae, so that they can be positioned actually and originally.

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