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Get the Facts on Back Pain

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If you’re suffering from consistent back pain, then look for options in pain management near the Woodlands. In the meantime, consider the facts about back pain. Who typically suffers from it? Is there a specific activity or condition that produces this pain? These questions and more are important to ask during your research into back pain and relief from it.

Who Can Suffer from Back Pain?

Sadly, anyone can have some sort of back pain, but there are certain factors that increase your chances. If you have poor physical fitness or are overweight, you will be susceptible to back pain. This lack of activity and extra weight can add a lot of stress to your spine. If you sit at a desk all day with improper posture, or frequently lift and pull at your job, then you might have a higher risk of pain. It is also possible to experience back pain simply because you’re getting older or you have a genetic predisposition toward poor spinal health.

What Causes Back Pain?

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Back pain can come from a multitude of places, from specific problems with the back, to injuries, to certain diseases and conditions. There might be a ruptured disc or tense muscles causing the pain, but it could also result from an accident, fall, or sprain. Conditions like scoliosis, arthritis, and fibromyalgia can also cause back pain. If you suffer from one of these, look into different options, such as scoliosis or arthritis treatments.

What Treatments are Available for Back Pain?

The best thing you can do is maintain a consistent exercise routine with a healthy weight. Use your best posture and practice safe habits when lifting or bending. If your pain persists, consider seeing a doctor. Chiropractors are dedicated to correcting spinal problems, as well as many other aspects of the body and a patient’s lifestyle. Chiropractors and other specialists can suggest various forms of noninvasive treatments and exercises to help prevent your pain from becoming worse.

Dr. Mark Yezak
Mark Yezak, BS, DC, is the founder, chiropractic director, and chief of staff at Houston Spine & Rehabilitation Centers. Offering 25 years of experience. Dr. Yezak is a published author of research papers, books, and journal entries. He is undoubtedly a leader in his field.
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Houston Spine & Rehabilitation Centers, The Woodlands, TX
Phone: 281-362-0006
Address: 3101 College Park Dr, The Woodlands, TX 77384
Houston Spine & Rehabilitation Centers, Houston, TX
Phone: 713-652-4052
Address: 2202 La Branch Street, Houston, TX 77002
Houston Spine & Rehabilitation Centers, Houston, TX
Phone: (281) 240-2225
Address: 16035 Lexington Blvd #100A Sugar Land, TX 77479

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