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Back Pain Treatment

Back Pain

Back Pain Treatment

Back pain has become the new pandemic of our ever- evolving society. The Prevalence of Back pain specifically Lower back pain is rising steadily in the recent years and is touted to be around 12-44% currently. It is also the most common work- related disability encountered in people under 45 years of age and there is about 20% chance that people affected with Acute back pain will eventually develop Chronic back pain if proper precautions are not taken.


Signs and Symptoms:


  • Continuous or intermittent Dull aching type of pain in the back
  • Aggravation of pain on prolonged sitting or standing. Commonly seen in people who have sitting jobs.
  • Feeling of knots or bands in the muscle
  • Relieved by taking adequate rest or doing periodic stretching

Risk Factors:


  • Prolonged sitting job
  • Abnormal posture while working
  • Overuse of muscles due to repetitive use of the same muscle.
  • Inadequate diet or water intake
  • Stress induced

Common conditions causing Back pain:


  • Myofascial Pain Syndrome/ Muscle Pain / Trigger points: Muscular pain is one of the commonest causes for Acute back pain and most of the times it gets resolved with some rest and basic pain killers. However, if pain persists for more than 3 months then it is called as Chronic Myofascial syndrome.



Conditions Treatment


Intervertebral disc pathologies

Intervertebral discs are the cushions which are present in our spine between two vertebrae and allow the spine to be flexible without sacrificing a great deal of strength.

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Sacro-Iliac joint syndrome

The sacroiliac joint or SI joint (SIJ) is the joint between the sacrum and the iliac bones of the pelvis. Thus, there are Two SI joints, one on the left and the other on the right.

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Piriformis syndrome

Pyriformis is a muscle which is present in the Gluteal region Starting at the lower spine and connecting to the upper surface of each femur (thighbone).

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Cluneal nerve entrapment syndrome

The cluneal nerves are a group of cutaneous sensory spinal nerves( Superior, middle and Inferior) in the low back.

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    JEEVISHA deals with management of patients with Chronic Pain conditions like Back/ Neck pain, Knee pain, Shoulder pain,

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    Address :Jeevisha - Pain Management Center, Pune
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