Different Types of Back Pains

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Back pain is a very extensive topic to understand in the health industry. This is one of the common conditions that many ignorant people suffer from daily. Ignorant because its causes are preventable yet very few take the initiative to ensure that is dealt with in advance. For those who suffer from back pain unknowingly, they have scanty information on all types of back pain they can be subjected to. Fortunately, all the types of back pain will be discussed here for your proper understanding.

Acute pain is one of the common types and it can last for up to six months and not less than three months. This type of pain has a direct relation to damage of tissues and can be caused in many ways. You will have acute pain as a result of needle pricks, contact with hot metal, smashing the back with a strong material or labor pains in women. If acute pain prolongs for long periods then it will bring birth to a serious problem that might be difficult to handle.

There is chronic pain which can be classified into two; that with identifiable generator and that with no identifiable generator. The main difference is that one has a cause that you can easily point out while the other’s cause cannot be identified easily. Whichever of the two chronic pains you might suffer from, they are curable so you will not have problems dealing with it. Worry less since it cannot go to extreme conditions once you are in control. The last type of back pain to know about is neuropathic pain which is very difficult to diagnose.

The original injury that causes neuropathic pain is never visible but the pain remains making it a complicated case. The pain can be severe, burning and sharp as well as cause continuous numbness and travels through the nerve paths. You can have this pain treated through nerve injections and other specified medications.

Now that you have known about all the main types of back pain, it is your onus to take precautionary measures in keeping the condition at bay.


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