Chronic back or neck pain

Difficulty in walking

In ability to do routine activates

Heaviness in your legs and arms

Tingling, numbness

 Postmenopausal back ache

LUMBAR STRAIN

Pain due to over stretching of muscles around back

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Back Pain due to previous fall injury or athletics injury


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OSTEOPOROSIS


It is caused due to Vit d3, Ca+ deficiency.

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DEGENERATIVE BACK PAIN

Degeneration of vertebra due to aging

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Cervical spondylosis Lumbar spondylosis

OCCUPATIONAL BACK PAIN

Back pain due to prolonged Working in same posture.

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POSTURAL BACK PAIN

It is caused due to working with bad posture over a long Period.

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INFECTION AND MALIGNANCY

Back pain due to infection in bone or malignancy in bone or other soft organs.

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DISC RUPTURE

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