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Combination of approaches to find the cause of your pain
Different techniques to get you out of pain fast
Exercises to make sure the pain stays under control long term
Why Back Pain Occurs
Usually back pain is a result of poor movement patterns which over time your body can no longer tolerate. When you reach this point, you will either have a sudden injury or have a slow increase in pain called an overuse injury. Both types of pain come from muscle weakness in some of the supporting muscles of the spine, pelvis and ribs. The muscles that become weak are most commonly the hamstrings, glutes, multifidi and obliques. When any of these muscles stop working the small muscles of your low back called the quadratus lumborum takeover the work that these bigger muscles aren’t doing causing pressure to build up in the spine.
Common Causes of Back Pain
Poor posture, disc injury, muscle strains and weaknesses, arthritis, ligament sprains, fatigue, nerve pain.
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