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What is Back Pain ?

If you are experiencing back pain, you most certainly are not alone. Back pain affects 80 percent of Americans at some point in their lives, and, in fact, low back pain is one of the most prevalent causes of disability in people under the age of 45. There are many causes for back pain, with some more serious than others. You should always take your back pain seriously, though, and take action to confirm if you may need treatment to relieve your symptoms. Through the following article, you will get an overview of the causes of back pain as well as the treatments that can help you find relief.

 

What Are The Causes Of Back Pain?

The lower back is the site of the most reported pain. Spinal vertebrae are held together by muscles, tendons and ligaments. Between the vertebrae are discs, which act as shock absorbers and prevent the vertebrae from hitting one another during walking, running or jumping. They also allow the spine to twist, bend and extend.

Since the lower back is the hinge between the upper and lower body and is the weight-bearing portion of the body, it is especially vulnerable to injury. When symptoms occur, we become acutely aware of just how much we rely on a flexible and strong back. Injury in the lower back can dramatically affect your quality of life and make the simplest activities a chore.

You can avoid or delay back pain by educating yourself concerning the causes of your symptoms. Learn about activities to avoid or to take precautions against so that you may maintain spine health for years to come.

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