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Unless chronic neck pain is caused by an injury, the chances are that it is caused by poor posture. Because of the neck’s placement on the body, neck strain can come from the curvature of the spine below, and/or the tilt of the head above. Poor posture not only causes neck pain, but it can also lead to joint degeneration in the spine.
Annually, millions of people are affected by an incredibly painful and sometimes debilitating set of neurological symptoms known as sciatica. Considered lower-back-pain’s ugly step-sister, sciatica typically appears after damage, injury, or trauma to the lower spine. It results in radiating pain, numbness, tingling, burning, or weakness through the buttocks and hip and into either leg.
It can be easy to take the advice “If it hurts, don’t do it” to the wrong extreme, especially when it comes to nursing tender joints. Many people think that the best tip for healing is rest followed by more rest, but as it turns out, keeping the body in motion and pacing your improvement with proper form are actually excellent knee pain treatments. Have your nagging knees settled you into the sofa? The following exercises for knee pain relief can help you ease into action.
The knees and hips are the largest joints in the body, supporting the body’s weight and working together to provide the mobility we typically take for granted. Unfortunately, these joints tend to experience a lot of wear and tear, and resulting issues like pain and inflammation can lead to joint instability and inactivity, and result in nearly 10 million doctor visits by women for knee pain annually.
Back pain is the main cause of disability worldwide, according to the Global Burden of Disease Study. There are a variety of conditions that can prompt patients to seek back pain relief. For example, you could be suffering from a disc herniation, a strain, sprain, or spasm, or you could just be under stress, causing your back to tense up.
The Arthritis Foundation states that Arthritis is the number one cause for disability in the nation. There are over five million diagnosed cases, and, contrary to popular belief, it is not an age-discriminant ailment. In fact, there are over 300,000 babies and children that are suffering from arthritis pain.
More than 5.2 million emergency room visits annually are due to headache, and while there are many different types and causes of this localized pain, The National Headache Foundation reports that tension-type headaches occur most frequently, and are usually the result of stress, fatigue, anxiety, and muscular “gripping” in our bodies.
More Americans are spending their work hours seated than ever before, with fewer than 20% of jobs today involving any level of physical exertion. This sedentary behavior has a pretty immediate effect on your physical condition; muscle degeneration, tightness and strain can lead to the back, neck, and shoulder pain that the American Chiropractic Association reports is experienced by 80% of the population.