Low back pain

  1. Muscle Stiffness – muscle strain or ligament strain.
  2. Radicular pain
  3. Facet joint pain
  4. Neurogenic claudication
  5. Instability back pain.

Muscle strain or ligament strain occurs due to twisting of back, lifting heavy weights, sudden jerky movements, abnormal posture for long time.

Radicular pain due to lumbar (PIVD) disc prolapse or disc bulge.
If you are getting pain on extending your back it may be due to facet joint pain.

If your walking distance is progressively reducing over months to years due to back pain or leg pain it may be due to neurogenic claudication.

If you are having back pain due to instability of back – you will be having back pain on exertion while lifting weights and moving your waist for any work like flexion or extension.

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