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How To Get Rid Of Low Back Pain?

One of the most prevalent symptoms treated in physiotherapy is back pain.

One of the most damaged locations, and one of those with the highest risk of relapse, is the lower back (85 percent of people who have or have had low back pain suffer it again, according to the Professional Association of Physiotherapists of the Community of Madrid).

What is the definition of low back pain?

Pain in the lower back, where the lumbar vertebrae are located, is known as low back pain. Muscle overexertion, quick or abrupt movements, or trauma in the area are usually the causes. Back pain can also be caused by age-related disorders such as osteoarthritis and osteoporosis.

Low back pain symptoms

The symptoms may differ from instance to case.

The following are a few of the most common:

  • Movement is difficult (standing or walking).
  • Lower back discomfort that is constant and searing.
  • The afflicted area is palpated.
  • Back pain due to a lack of flexibility.
  • Muscle spasms in the affected area.
  • The discomfort is worsened when you stress on the muscular tissue.

Treatment options for low back pain

One of the most potent and effective ways for treating low back pain is capacitive diathermy. It provides immediate pain and inflammation alleviation.

Manual therapy is a technique that relieves the sense of pressure and pain in the affected area and should be performed by a specialist.

Therapeutic exercise helps to strengthen the damaged area, improve posture, and prevent relapses.

Low back pain prevention tips

  • Keep a healthy body weight.
  • At least three times a week, engage in moderate or vigorous exercise.
  • Take good care of your posture.
  • Wear the proper footwear.
  • Stress should be avoided.
  • Stop smoking.
  • When bending or lifting large objects, be aware of sudden stretching and posture.




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