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Signs and Symptoms of Back Pain or Backache: General, Radicular, Autonomic, Muscle Spasm

Signs and Symptoms of Back Pain or Backache

Signs and Symptoms of Back Pain or Backache include: General Symptoms (Insomnia, Weight loss, Fever, Age, sleep disorders, Loss of appetite, Nausea, Thirst, Constipation, Tiredness), Radicular Pain(Cervical Radiculopathy, Lumbar Radiculopathy), Autonomic Dysfunction, Muscle Spasm etc.

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Pathophysiology of Back Pain or Backache: Radicular, Muscular, Facet, Referred, PRS

Pathophysiology of Back Pain or Backache

Pathophysiology of upper or lower back pain studies indicate that many pains are intractable. Chronic back pain can be due to number of reasons. Know more!

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Causes and Risk Factors of Back Pain or Backache

Causes and Risk Factors of Back Pain or Backache

11 causes of back pain are discogenic pain, musculosleletal pain, injuries, fracture, metastasis, bone disease, systemic disease, failed back syndrome and pregnancy. Also know the risk factors of back pain or backache.

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Classification and Types of Back Pain or Backache: Somatic, Osseous, Referral

Classification and Types of Back Pain or Backache

Classification and Types of Back Pain or Backache include: Somatic Back Pain (Superficial, deep), Osseous Back Pain (Disc, Facet Joint, Vertebral Body, Foramina, Fracture), Referral Back Pain.

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Back Pain And It's Effects on Economy and Work Productivity

Back Pain And It's Effect on Economy and Work Productivity

Back pain and its effect on the economy are absenteeism and loss of productivity. Studies indicate staying active leads to earlier recovery than resting in bed.

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Back Pain and It’s Effect on Elderly People, Young People, Drivers

Back Pain and It’s Effect on Elderly People, Young People, Drivers

Back pain epidemiology suggests that 98% of cases are non specific and self limiting. Know more about low back pain epidemiology and latest treatments for it.

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Incapacitating Back Pain Due To Failed Back Syndrome

Are You Suffering from Dreadful Incapacitating Back Pain?

Incapacitating back pain is either acute or chronic in duration. Chronic back pain also results following back surgery. Post surgical pain in the neck, mid back, or lower back is known as failed back syndrome.

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