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Types of Back Pain

Back pain can come from a variety of sources. If your back pain is not the result of a specific injury, the type of back pain you are experiencing can be determined by the symptoms you have. Knowing which type of back pain you are experiencing can help you find the right method for relief, and also make it easier for any medical professionals you contact about your pain to assist you. By knowing as much as possible about which type of back pain you are experiencing, you may be able to avoid expensive tests or treatments.

Common types of back pain include:

Acute back pain - Acute back pain is generally concentrated in a specific area or region. It may last for just a few days or weeks, but then return later. Direct trauma to the back, neck, shoulders or hips is a common cause of acute back pain

Chronic back pain - Back pain that lasts for more than three consecutive months is considered to be chronic back pain. Chronic back pain is more likely to have negative emotional side effects than other types. Long term treatment and exercise are two of the most effective methods for curing or coping with chronic back pain.

 Lumbar pain - The lumbar is the region of the back between the hips and the bottom of the rib cage. Stress or damage done to the muscles, tissues or bones in the lumbar region is a common cause of lower back pain. Posture during sitting and standing or lifting is one of the most significant factors that can be related to lumbar pain.

 Neuropathic back pain - Neuropathic back pain is caused by damage to the central nervous system. Neuropathic back pain can be extremely difficult to pinpoint, and its location may be completely unrelated to its cause. If you are experiencing neuropathic back pain, many tests may be required before determining how to properly treat it.

 Pregnancy related back pain - Pregnancy related back pain can affect pregnant women during the late second and third trimesters. Back pain from pregnancy is often concentrated in the lumbar region, and is commonly treated with back pain exercises and other forms of natural back pain relief.
 
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