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November 01, 2020 2 min read

Have you been dealing with back issues, which despite the so many remedies you’ve already tried, nothing seems to work? Does it come and go, and are treatments often just bring temporary relief, causing a bit of frustration to you?... Chances are, you've gone through these periods where nothing is working out for your back until it’s become chronic. Maybe you're dealing with some tough issues right now, and this can be especially challenging if you don’t know the cause.

Back pain is a common condition, limiting the movement of many people and considerably affecting productivity. Sometimes, it keeps on worsening because of the type of work you’re into, but you couldn't stop because you needed to pay off the debt that accumulated. Everything is going wrong, and it's putting a toll on your back. Back pain that lasts three months or longer is considered chronic.

To know if you're doing the right thing for your back or if your job and activities are contributing to its persistence, you need to understand the cause and the type of back issues you have. The following are a list of the common back problems encountered in clinics:

  • Spinal Arthritis: Usually age-related, arthritis is the gradual thinning out of the spine’s cartilage, resulting in restricted movements with associated back pain.
  • Spinal Stenosis:It’s the narrowing of the spinal canal where spinal nerves pass through and exit. This can place pressure on your spinal nerves and causes pain with neurological symptoms, such as numbness and tingling sensations in the limbs.
  • Disc Problems: Herniated or bulging discs can be very extremely painful and persistent. While conservative, noninvasive treatments are available, doctors may recommend a surgical procedure if your condition is severe.
  • Myofascial Pain Syndrome: A chronic muscular pain disorder characterized by chronic pain from myofascial trigger points, or the "muscle knots."
  • Back Injuries:Injuries to the back can occur from many causes, such as improper body mechanics during movements, trauma, sports injuries, and repetitive stress from daily activities.

In some cases, it’s difficult to pinpoint the exact cause of your chronic back pain. Always consult your doctor as to the definitive cause of your back issues and ask for advice for treatment. Meanwhile, while waiting for a definitive diagnosis and your doctor's advice on your back, you may do simple, safe, and effective remedies to help ease out the flare-ups and making the pain manageable with nonsurgical treatments. Gentle stretching and light massages can relieve tension in your back muscles, giving you relief from your backaches. Perform your stretching exercise after having a bout of Recovapro vibration therapy to relax your muscles and be more compliant with stretching. Doing this, you’ll get both the benefit of a good warmup and a relaxing massage.