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Listed below in alphabetical order are diseases or conditions that may cause acute and or chronic pain in the back. The pain management program and alternative medicine techniques discussed in Back Pain Relief: The Ultimate Guide potentially may assist in reducing or relieving pain caused by these conditions or diseases.

Before utilizing the pain management plan or alternative medicine techniques discussed in Back Pain Relief: The Ultimate Guide to reduce or relieve pain caused by any of these conditions or diseases, they should be discussed with and approved by the Doctor treating your condition. Your Doctor should monitor your use of the pain management plan and alternative medicine techniques on an ongoing basis.

  • Aching Back - Sore back usually caused by pulled, strained or torn muscles.
  • Ankylosing Spondylitis - Chronic back pain and stiffness caused by a very severe inflammation of the spinal joints.
  • Back Extension - Bending backward of the spine.
  • Back Flexion - Bending forward of the spine.
  • Bulging Disc - The annulus portion of the lumbar disc weakens causing the nucleus to press against it resulting in the annulus pinching or pressing against a nerve causing pain.
  • Chronic Pain - Pain that has lasted for more than three months generally having significant psychological and emotional affects and limiting a person’s ability to fully function.
  • Compressed Nerve - Material from a bulging or Herniated disk pushes against a nerve in the spinal cord causing severe pain.
  • Degenerative Arthritis - The wearing away of cartilage that protects and cushions joints including those in the spine, hands and feet.
  • Facet Joint Syndrome - Pain resulting from degeneration, wear, pressure exerted on and inflammation of the facet joints, which are the joints at the back of each vertebrae linking the vertebrae together.
  • Fibrositis - Pain arising from damaged tendons or muscles.
  • Foraminal Stenosis - Narrowing of a vertebral opening.
  • Kyphosis - Normal curve of the upper back is severely rounded.
  • Lordosis - An abnormal accentuated arch in the lower back swayback.
  • Lumbago - A general term meaning pain in the back.
  • Muscle Tension - A state where the muscles are in a general state of contraction.
  • Myofascial Pain - Pain caused by inflammation of the fascia.
  • Osteoporosis - A disease characterized by the loss of calcium in bones resulting in brittleness, generally affecting vertebrae in the spine and the hip bones.
  • Painful Back - Sore back usually caused by pulled, strained or torn muscles.
  • Prolapsed Disk - Herniated disk where material from the disk pushes through the outer lining of the disk.
  • Rheumatoid Arthritis - An inflammatory disease that affects the facet joints in the spine as well as other joints in the body including the hands, elbows, shoulders, fingers and toes.
  • Ruptured Disk - Herniated disk where material from the disk pushes through the outer lining of the disk.
  • Sacroiliac Syndrome - Pain induced by strain of the sacroiliac joint.
  • Scoliosis - The curving of the spine to the side.
  • Shingles - An infection which causes pain along a nerve pathway.
  • Short Leg Syndrome - A difference in leg lengths causing pain in the low back.
  • Slipped Disk - Herniated disk where material from the disk pushes through the outer lining of the disk.
  • Sore Back - Painful back usually caused by pulled, strained or torn muscles.
  • Spina Bifida - A congenital defect of the spine.
  • Spinal Fracture - Broken vertebrae in the spine.
  • Spinal Stenosis - The narrowing of the spinal canal which impacts a nerve. Pain in buttocks and back areas induced by walking or climbing.
  • Spondylitis - Inflammation of the spine generally caused by an infection.
  • Trigger Points - A generally small area of a muscle that tightly is knotted and in spasm causing referred pain.


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