Spine Specialist

Back Pain treatment

Regardless of whether spinal pain originates in the neck, upper back, or lower back, it can become bad enough to reduce your ability to enjoy an active lifestyle. But there are also some aspects that make upper back pain different from neck and lower back pain. Let’s explore 3 of them. 1. Upper back pain is less common: Estimates regarding the prevalence of upper back pain vary widely. However, compared to neck pain and lower back pain, upper back pain is considered relatively rare. One commonly cited reason for less upper back......

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Lumbar and Cervical Spine Specialist in Pune

Herniated discs can cause a variety of different symptoms, but those symptoms can vary depending on where the disc herniation occurs in your spine. Below, we take a closer look at the symptoms of herniated discs based on where they develop in your back. A herniated disc occurs when the outer portion of a spinal disc breaks down and the inner potion leaks out. For those of you unfamiliar with the sections of your spine, it can be broken down into three segments: The cervical, thoracic and lumbar portions of your spine.......

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7 Back Pain Conditions

When it comes to chronic pain, men and women are not created equal. Women are over-represented in the ranks of those dealing with chronic pain. Lower back pain can be caused by a variety of problems in the lumbar spine. Take a look at these 7 chronic pain conditions in the back, and see if the symptoms sound familiar. Coccydynia Compression fracture Degenerative spondylolisthesis Fibromyalgia Piriformis syndrome Sacroiliac joint dysfunction Spinal osteoarthritis Differences in pelvic structure, hormonal factors, and the impact of pregnancy are often cited to explain why women bear the......

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