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.…

Lower Back Pain Influenced Breathing Patterns

As the basic knowledge of the core states that proper lumbopelvic stabilisation improves continuously, the understanding of the function of diaphragm’s as postural muscle also improves. It is understood that the diaphragm always contracts due to inspiration. This results in an increase in intra-abdominal pressure and stiffness in the lumbar spine. Activities, stability is maintained…