Have you been experiencing consistent lower back pain? Improper posture and overworking may be causing it. It might be a passing pain that disappears with some care. However, some underlying causes of lower back pain may require medical attention. What are the underlying causes of lower back pain? Read on to learn more about them.
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Physical therapists (PTs) and chiropractors are medical professionals who can help patients control and alleviate physical pain, oftentimes using hands-on therapeutic treatments. These specialists are not medical doctors, but they do have extensive education and training in physical medicine. There are certain similarities and key differences between these two specialists, particularly in their methods of
Most types of chronic physical pain are musculoskeletal in nature, and among the most common within that realm are back and neck pain. This involves the spine and/or the related muscles and connective tissues. Naturally, the healthcare professional you’ll want to see to treat this type of pain will be a chiropractor. In a heralded
The sciatic nerve is the largest nerve in your body, and it starts in the lower back and then splits into two – running down both of your legs all the way down to the heels. Sciatica pain can therefore travel from your lower back down one or both of your legs, usually affecting only