About Spinal Conditions

Back pain is often caused by various spinal conditions that create pain and discomfort. Whether it's a ruptured disc from playing sports, or as natural as aging, any number of factors can cause painful back conditions. Left untreated, these can extend to other parts of the body, creating difficulty in day-to-day living.

Below are some of the common forms of back pain conditions that afflict people of all ages:

  • Annular tear
  • Bone spurs
  • Bulging disc
  • Degenerative disc disease
  • Facet disease
  • Foraminal narrowing
  • Herniated disc
  • Pinched nerve
  • Sciatica
  • Spinal stenosis
  • And many more…

Effects of Spinal and Back Pain Conditions

If you've experienced any form of spinal or back discomfort, you're not alone. Due to work conditions, exercising habits, or other lifestyle factors, 8 out of 10 Americans go through some form back pain on a regular basis. Sometimes, back pain can even be debilitating, leading to permanent damage or the need for surgery.

If you are going through chronic back pain, speak with a physician and receive treatment, lifestyle tips, or surgical options. Our backs experience great amounts of pressure every day just through daily activities, not to mention the stress of work and aging. Ensuring correct exercise practices are crucial to maintaining strong backs and spines. By addressing back conditions head on, you can better experience life and not let back spinal conditions get in the way.

Instead of relying on back pain to simply go away, talk to your physician and see how you can treat your back pain now.

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