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Why Do You Have Back Pain on One Side?

Mostly the back pain is felt in the lower, middle or upper region of your spine bilaterally but you may also have unilateral (one-sided) back pain. Unilateral back pain may be right sided or left sided. Some patients suffer from constant pain while some experience intermittent pain. The character of pain may also vary, i.e. it may be of .

Spondylolisthesis – A Non-Surgical Approach To Treat This Condition

Spondylolisthesis is a pathological condition in which one of the vertebral bones slips out of its normal anatomical place on to the adjacent bone present lower to it. In some persons, this condition is asymptomatic but in some persons, it causes severe lower back pain. The non-surgical treatment for the patients suffering from this condition is to the treatment .

Sacroiliitis – Home Remedies vs. Therapies vs. Medical Treatment

The sacroiliac joint is found in your hip bone. The inflammation of this joint is known as sacroiliitis. It is a very painful condition when your one or both sacroiliac joints get swollen. These sacroiliac joints are found at the meeting point of the vertebral column with the pelvis. Sacroiliitis is usually misdiagnosed as lower backache. This condition may .

Mechanical Back Pain Causes, Risk Factors, and Management

Mechanical lower back pain is an emerging problem nowadays. Mechanical means that the vertebral column receives forces that destroy the soft tissues resulting in pain and uncomfortable sensations. The mobile parts of the vertebral column include muscles, tendons, ligaments, vertebral bodies, facet joints, and intervertebral discs. The motion of these mobile parts triggers mechanical pain. The lumbar region of .

Abnormal Conditions of Vertebral Column – Traditional vs. Advanced Treatment

1) Kyphosis Kyphosis is an abnormal condition of the vertebral column in which the outward curvature of the vertebral column is abnormally exaggerated giving the hunching appearance of the back. There may be many causes of kyphosis of spinal column some of which are described as following: One of the commonly occurring causes of kyphosis is the fracture of .
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