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WHETHER it's a dull ache after lugging a heavy bag, a telltale twinge while doing some heavy lifting or due to sitting at a desk every day, back pain is never fun.
ONE in six people living in Shropshire, Telford and Wrekin suffer from back pain, figures show, with a charity warning it can have a 'devastating impact' on quality of life.
Tribune News Network Doha Lower back pain is a symptom rather than a disease in itself and can be caused by one or a combination of many factors, an expert of lower back pain explained as she discussed the condition's many possible causes at Weill Cornell Medicine-Qatar's (WCM-Q) Grand Rounds.
An expert in lower back pain discussed the condition's many possible causes at Weill Cornell Medicine-Qatar's (WCM-Q) Grand Rounds.
Sumeja Zahirovic, Assistant Professor of Medicine at WCM-Q, explained that lower back pain is a symptom rather than a disease in itself and can be caused by one or a combination of many factors, divided broadly into mechanical, systemic and neurological issues.
Back pain is among the most frequently reported health problems in the world.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- People with diabetes have a 35 percent higher risk of experiencing low back pain and 24 percent higher risk of having neck pain than those without diabetes, researchers have found.
Summary: New Delhi [India], Feb 21 (ANI): It is common for most doctors to advise imaging tests like MRI or X-ray to determine the cause of back pain. These are useful if your problem is due to a structural issue in the spine.
Clinicians and patients should prioritize non-pharmacologic therapies for low back pain of any duration, according to an updated guideline from the American College of Physicians.
Objective: To determine mean bone mineral density in patients with chronic low back pain presenting at Armed Forces Institute of Rehabilitation Medicine Rawalpindi based on dual energy x-ray absorptiometry studies.
EVEN if you haven't experienced back pain, chances are you know someone who has.