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Upper Back/ Chest Wall Pain: Treatment options
Dr. Eric Miller of Chiro-Med Health & Wellness Center describes possible causes and solutions for upper back or chest wall pain.
Thoracic Back Pain Explained by a Top Pain Physician in Las Vegas, Nevada
The word thoracic means "pertaining to the chest" hence the thoracic spine forms the back of the chest wall. With markedly less mobility than the cervical spine above and lumbar spine below, the thoracic spine's main function is to provide protection for the vital organs in the chest, such as the heart and lungs, as well as allow stability for standing upright. For more information about this, check out: http://nevadapain.com/conditions/back/thoracic-pain/ Call 702-832-1804 to schedule an appointment today! 7220 South Cimarron Rd Suite 270 Las Vegas, NV 89113
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Intercostal Neuritis Relief (Mid Back Pain, Rib & Chest Pain) - Dr Mandell
Intercostal Neuritis (Neuralgia) is inflammation of the intercostal nerves that travel from the back, around the rib cage, and to the front of the chest. This can affect breathing while trying to expand the rib cage. I will expand more on this condition in this video. Dr. Mandell
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What causes pain in the sternum?
What causes pain in the sternum? Sternum pain is pain or discomfort in the area of the chest that contains the sternum and the cartilage connecting it to the ribs. The sternum is located near the heart, so many people experiencing sternum pain may confuse it with more general chest pain. Some people experiencing sternum pain worry they may be having a heart attack. However, in most cases, sternum pain is unrelated to the heart and caused primarily due to problems with the sternum itself or the nearby cartilage. In this video, learn about the causes of sternum pain and the differences between sternum pain and heart problems. What is the sternum? The sternum is sometimes known as the breastbone. This flat bone sits at the front of the chest and connects to the ribs with cartilage. The sternum is part of the rib cage, a series of bones that protects the heart and lungs from injuries.
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Rib Cage and Thoracic Spine: How Stress Kills, Scoliosis prevention and more!
At http://bergmanchiropractic.com and http://Owners-Guide.com we strive to educate people on natural solutions to health. http://www.theArthritisReversalSystem.com is my online video course with 21 videos, 3 manuals and an online forum! http://SkypePackage.com for online consults. SUBSCRIBE at http://www.youtube.com/user/johnbchiro CALL TOLL FREE 1-855-712-0012 to get bonus materials not on YouTube or text your first name and email plus 89869 to 1-817-591-2905. Rib Cage and Thoracic Spine: How Stress Kills, Scoliosis prevention and more! The thoracic spine and rib cage are critical in maintaining proper respiration, organ function and protection. People often wonder how stress actually kills and I reveal it here. Here's a teaser: When I taught gross anatomy, I could always tell which cadavers had heart attack as at least part of their cause of death. It involves severe rotation of the thoracic spine which is induced by stress. In order to correct this rotation, the left trapezius muscle in the neck pulls on the transverse processes of the upper thoracic spine (The top 4 vertebrae innervate the heart by the way). The constant tug of war between the stress pulling the vertebrae one way while the muscle tries to pull it back in alignment ultimately results in an sympathetic impulse sent down to the heart which causes a ventricular fibrillation AKA a heart attack. Scoliosis is also something that can effect the organ systems of the body. The human spine, when seen from the front or back, should be in a straight line. Whenever there is a shift to the side of the spine of a significant degree it is called scoliosis. We discuss how to determine the minimum improvement a person can get through the use of bending Xrays. If someone has a curve with the convexity on their left side, we have them bend to their left to determine if it is able to be reduced. If the curve does straighten out to any degree, that means that we can help "straighten that scoliosis" through proper chiropractic adjustments. The key is to work with the body. The body is smart, and the phasic muscles along the convexity of a curve well be tight as they try to pull on the spine to straighten it out on it's own. We simply help it do what it naturally wants to do.
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Pain in Chest? Is is Costochondritis?
Famous Physical Therapist's Bob Schrupp and Brad Heineck describe a condition affecting your rib cage that can create pain in your chest. Make sure to like us on FaceBook https://www.facebook.com/Physical-Therapy-317002538489676/timeline/ Check out the Products Bob and Brad LOVE on their Amazon Channel: https://www.amazon.com/shop/physicaltherapyvideo Follow us on Twitter https://twitter.com/PtFamous Their book “Three Simple Steps To Treat Back Pain” is available on Kindle http://www.amazon.com/Three-Simple-Steps-Treat-Back-ebook/dp/B00BPU4O5G/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1444092626&sr=8-1&keywords=3+simple+steps+to+treat+back+pain
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Causes Of Rib Pain - What Is Costochondritis?
See more videos like this by clicking on http://stayhealthyvideos.com. Costochondritis is a condition that can cause sharp rib pain. Costochondritis is an inflammation of the cartilage connecting your ribs to your breastbone (also known as your sternum). The area where the sternum meets a rib is known as the costosternal joint. Costochondritis is the most common cause of chest pain originating in the chest wall. It can be especially frightening because the pain resembles the pain of a heart attack. Causes of costochondritis Not all costochondritis cases have a clear cause. But sometimes it's relatively easy to figure out. The most common cause is injury from a hard blow of some kind. Lifting, pushing, or pulling something that's too heavy is also a possible cause. Fibromyalgia is another possibility. Fibromyalgia is a condition that causes pain and tenderness in various areas of the body. The upper part of the breastbone is one of these. Fibromyalgia causes pain that feels similar to arthritis. Infection can develop in the costosternal joint. An upper respiratory infection that produces sneezing or a cough may also be a cause. Symptoms Pain is generally specific to the areas where the ribs meet the breastbone. Most of the time, the pain is sharp, although some costochondritis sufferers report an aching or gnawing type of pain. For some reason, the pain often happens on the left side of the breastbone. But it can occur on either side. When you have costochondritis, you'll probably feel pain just from breathing. Coughing or sneezing can be especially uncomfortable. As mentioned above, people often think they're having a heart attack when they first experience costochondritis. But angina, or chest pain associated with a heart attack, tends to be more widespread across the chest. Angina also feels as if it's coming from inside your chest. Costochondritis discomfort occurs more toward the outside where the ribs meet the breastbone. Costochondritis pain also remains constant. Angina grows more intense with activity. However, if your chest hurts, you're better being safe and seeking medical attention right away. Let the doctors figure out if your pain is caused by costochondritis or angina. Treatment Very often, costochondritis needs no treatment. The body heals itself in a few days. However, there have been cases where rib pain from costochondritis continued for several months. You'll probably want to ease your pain until the condition heals. Doctors generally recommend NSAIDs, which are nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs. If pain is keeping you awake at night, your doctor may prescribe a type of medicine called tricyclic antidepressants. He or she may also prescribe muscle relaxants, which should help ease your discomfort. While you're healing, you should also try to rest. A heating pad may give you some relief. Take it easy and don't push your recovery. There's little you or your doctor can do except let the healing process take place in its own good time.
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COSTOCHONDRITIS | How Long Will This Pain Last?
In the comments below tell me about your experience with costochondritis and how often do you get it? SOCIAL MEDIA: Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/samanthamwayne Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/livehopelupus Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/samanthamwayne Website: http://www.livehopelupus.org
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Rib Diagnosis
Brandon Masi Parker explains and demonstrates the mechanics of rib motion and how to properly diagnose rib dysfunctions. THIS VIDEO IS MADE FOR REVIEW PURPOSES ONLY. It is always important to rule out more serious causes of rib/chest pain before treating musculoskeletal pathology.
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Single Best Treatment for Mid-Back or Thoracic Pain (Do-It-Yourself)
Famous Physical Therapist's Bob Schrupp and Brad Heineck describe what they believe is the single best treatment for Mid-Back or Thoracic Pain. You can do this treatment yourself. Make sure to like us on FaceBook https://www.facebook.com/Physical-Therapy-317002538489676/timeline/ Check out the Products Bob and Brad LOVE on their Amazon Channel: https://www.amazon.com/shop/physicaltherapyvideo Follow us on Twitter https://twitter.com/PtFamous Their book “Three Simple Steps To Treat Back Pain” is available on Kindle http://www.amazon.com/Three-Simple-Steps-Treat-Back-ebook/dp/B00BPU4O5G/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1444092626&sr=8-1&keywords=3+simple+steps+to+treat+back+pain
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Costochondritis Rib Pain - Symptoms And Treatment
Related links: Causes Of Rib Pain - What Is Costochondritis? https://youtu.be/amrORgXeErI Right Rib Pain https://youtu.be/0SC23hKN-5k Chest Pain - Is It Angina Or Costochondritis? https://youtu.be/Fy56LON91wY Transcript: Costochondritis Rib Pain - Symptoms And Treatment Costochondritis is a condition that can cause sharp rib pain in the area of the upper torso. This pain occurs when the costosternal joint -- the cartilage connecting your ribs to your breastbone (sternum) -- becomes inflamed. Costochondritis is one of the the most common causes of chest pain. It's often mistaken for angina, the pain that's related to heart problems (especially heart attacks). Costochondritis is often a result of a blow to the chest. Lifting or pushing something that's too heavy is another possible cause. So is prolonged sneezing or coughing due to a severe upper respiratory infection. You can usually tell the difference between costochondritis and angina in the following ways: * Costochondritis pain occurs only in the areas where the ribs meet the breastbone. * Although this pain can be sharp and intense like angina. it might also just feel like a dull ache. * Angina often comes on quickly and gets worse with activity. Costochondritis discomfort tends to be more level and consistent no matter what you're doing. 4 * Pain from costochondritis can occur on either side, but often happens on the left side of the breastbone. Reasons for this are not clear. * Angina also feels as if it's coming from inside your chest. Costochondritis discomfort occurs more closer to the surface where the ribs meet the breastbone. * Costochondritis pain can be especially sharp if you cough or sneeze suddenly. Sometimes, just taking a deep breath can cause real discomfort. As for getting relief, costochondritis often needs no treatment, just time for the inflammation in the costosternal joints to heal. Typically, it only takes a few days. But some recorded cases have stretched out for several months. * Resting with a heating pad on your chest is a good idea. * Relax as much as you can, and don't try to speed up your recovery. * There are certain muscle relaxants and medications your doctor can prescribe that will help. It's always best to play it safe and talk to a doctor if you're feeling any kind of pain or discomfort in your chest. I have other videos that provide additional information on pain caused by costochondritis. Click on the links above to take a look at them.
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Thoracic spondylosis. Symptoms
The first and main symptom of thoracic spondylosis is pain in the middle portion of the spine. It occurs due to compression of nerve roots from disc herniation, bone spurs, or thickened ligaments. Back pain in thoracic spondylosis caused by an intervertebral disc herniation is made worse by sitting with the spine bending forward for prolonged periods. Back pain in thoracic spondylosis caused by facet joint osteoarthritis is worse when standing and is relieved by sitting or bending forward. Pain in the arms and legs may be symptoms of thoracic spondylosis. Pain occurs due to compression of nerves, which extend into the arms and legs through the thoracic portion of spine. Besides pain, thoracic spondylosis can cause weakness, numbness, and cramping in the legs or arms. These conditions arise due to nerve compression, too. In the severe cases, thoracic spondylosis can cause compression of the spinal cord and the development of problems with coordination and balance.
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One Great Stretch to Heal Costochondritis (Pain in Chest & Ribs) - Dr Alan Mandell, DC
Costochondritis is an inflammation of the junctions where the upper ribs join with the cartilage that holds them to the breastbone, or sternum. The condition causes localized chest pain that you can reproduce by pushing on the cartilage in the front of your ribcage. In this video I will explain the several steps necessary to help heal this condition. Make sure you like us on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/motivationaldoc/ Please leave your reviews if you wouldn't mind taking the time. Thank you. Dr M
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Thoracic (Mid-Back) Pain or Disc? Absolute Best Self-Treatment - McKenzie Method
"Famous" Physical Therapists Bob Schrupp and Brad Heineck present the absolute best self-treatment for Thoracic (Mid-Back) Pain or a Thoracic Disc Problem. It is based on the McKenzie Method or Technique. Make sure to like us on FaceBook https://www.facebook.com/Physical-Therapy-317002538489676/timeline/ Check out the Products Bob and Brad LOVE on their Amazon Channel: https://www.amazon.com/shop/physicaltherapyvideo Follow us on Twitter https://twitter.com/PtFamous Our book “Three Simple Steps To Treat Back Pain” is available on Kindle http://www.amazon.com/Three-Simple-Steps-Treat-Back-ebook/dp/B00BPU4O5G/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1444092626&sr=8-1&keywords=3+simple+steps+to+treat+back+pain
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Why You Shouldn't Hug Knees to Chest | Back Pain Relief
Watch more How to Treat Back Pain videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/508832-Why-You-Shouldnt-Hug-Knees-to-Chest-Back-Pain-Relief In the physical therapy office we are often asked what exercises to be doing or what not to be doing on your own. And usually we are designing the exercising program for the patient but though often enough they do want to ask can I go back to this. Can I go back to that. And one of the common ones that are being done, its a exercise they have to be very careful with is called a Double Knee to Chest or Hugging your Knees into your chest. Good. So. Bring them all in right here. So this exercise we see this a lot in the clinic. As well in, as far in home programs. Its a very good exercise if your dealing with a degenerative spine. Like a spinal stenosis or an arthritic problem. So its also very good for patients that are having sort of muscle problems in their back. But the reality is in the physical therapy clinic we rarely see muscle problems. Muscle problems get better on their own. They usually get better in fact 7 to 10, 7 to 14 days. So they wouldn't be in the clinic if they were having a muscle problem. Usually its something more degenerative in the spine. A disc problem. And by bringing the knees up into your chest. While though you are getting some stretching in the muscle tissue, you're actually pulling or pushing the spinal discs in the wrong direction meaning we spent all day with our body in a flex position. Whether we're sitting or whether we're bending. And that actually was part of the big problem and the root of the problem. So forcing that direction is going to further shove or push the disc material out in the wrong direction. Patients often will have minimal to no pain during but it is felt later on in the day or maybe that night. It's sometimes used incorrectly in term of the time of when patients are doing the exercise.
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The Main Reason Why You're Having Mid and Upper Back Pain / Dr Mandell
Mid back pain is affected from incorrect posture and anterior/forward head translation.
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7 Types Of Pain You Should Never Ignore
Not every pain requires immediate special attention, but there are some that require immediate attention, especially those accompanied by fever or that suddenly occur. Here are some pains that should be cause for immediate concern and medical attention: Severe/thunderclap head pain. Could be: An aneurysm, a swollen area in an artery. Unlike a normal headache that usually goes away with over-the-counter medicines, the worst headache you have had needs immediate attention. Call 911 as a burst aneurysm can damage your brain within minutes and can be fatal. Don’t drive yourself to the hospital. How can you tell it isn’t a migraine? A migraine makes you feel nauseous, sensitive to light and sound, and progresses gradually. Your doctor will probably take a CT scan to check for bleeding in your brain, if it appears to be hemorrhaging you will need immediate surgery to repair the blood vessel. Don’t swallow aspirin as it can increase bleeding. Middle back pain with fever. Could be: Kidney infection. Don’t take back pain coupled with fever and nausea lightly. This happens more often in women when bacteria from the urinary tract spreads to the kidneys causing a severe infection. This might start with UTI symptoms, like pain during urination, which is often ignored. If it stays untreated it may damage your kidneys, call your doctor for a simple test and possible antibiotic therapy. Dull pain that moves to the lower right of the abdomen. Could be: Appendicitis. If you have this pain go immediately to the ER. Usually the pain will start from the center and gets worse over a period of 24 hours as it moves to the right. You may require immediate surgery for your appendix. You should know that if your appendix bursts, bacteria from your colon can spread to the abdomen, infecting your entire body. Menstrual cramps that don’t improve with medication. Could be: Endometriosis. If medication offers no relief it could be due to the lining of the uterus growing outside of it, this condition is common and can hamper fertility. Women who suffer from severe pain during their periods may have it. Consult your doctor right away as it is a serious issue. If pain persists even after taking medications, you may need to have the tissue surgically removed. Tooth pain that wakes you up. Could be: Teeth grinding. Regular clenching can cause tooth nerves to become inflamed and enamel to rot away. This can also lead to cracked teeth down to the root which leads to extraction. You should call your doctor ASAP to treat this condition, which is often caused by stress. Your doctor may want you to wear a night guard to prevent clenching. If your tooth is already infected you might need a root canal to remove the bacteria. Back pain with tingling toes. Could be: Slipped disc. This pain can’t be treated with heating pads and your toes often feel numb or tingling. This can happens when you lift a heavy object, like furniture. If the heating pad does not seem to be working you could have a disc (one of the spongy rings that cushions the bones in your spine) pressing on the spinal nerve. If it stays untreated it may cause permanent damage to the nerve. See your healthcare professional right away. How can you tell it isn’t a migraine? A migraine makes you feel nauseous, sensitive to light and sound, and progresses gradually. Your doctor will probably take a CT scan to check for bleeding in your brain, if it appears to be hemorrhaging you will need immediate surgery to repair the blood vessel. Don’t swallow aspirin as it can increase bleeding. Sharp ache between the shoulder blades. Could be: Heart attack or Arthritis. This is more common in women and can be accompanied by jaw pain, shortness of breath, and nausea. A muscular pain is a dull ache while the pain of heart attack is sharp, sudden onset. Call an ambulance immediately as they are set up to do triage immediately. Don’t drive to the hospital yourself, call an ambulance.
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Causes of upper back pain:What causes upper back pain
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Thoracic/Upper back Mobility Exercises - Fix Upper Back Pain Fast
Thoracic/Upper back Mobility Exercises - Fix Upper Back Pain Fast. This is full routine on some great exercises to improve thoracic mobility. When it comes to Calisthenics all pushing exercises such as dips, handstands, planche place a lot of stress on the front parts of our torso. If we neglect working our pulling strength such as rows, pull ups and don’t stretch the upper back/T-spine you may feel your shoulders round and you’ll have a hunched posture. This is bad as it puts a lot of stress on the vertebral column which can cause injury. Again in this day and age hunched over at our computers all day or staring into our phones creates that unwanted Kyphotic posture. Doing this routine 1-2 times per week will help keep a a symmetrical and neutral posture which will help you become the strongest version of yourself. Comment on what you think about the video and whether you want to see more of these videos or any other suggestions will help so I can make better content for you guys! Like, share, subscribe and I shall see you guys next week with another video :) Check out our other videos: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hmA-p8b5M9U https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qLLeNGgkHjc https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bl23UguLsms https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bl23UguLsms https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tSKTd-FgnTQ Music By: SoulChef - With You (Instrumental) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RnZHsvi3Phs Electus - Another World https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CWGIxoa8H40
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Upper Back Pain Reasons
There are many causes of upper back pain. Most of the time, the reason is muscle irritation due to overuse or an injury. Facet joint arthritis may irritate the sensory nerves AROUND the facet joints of the thoracic spine, causing typically acute episodes OFpain.Abnormal Curvatures of the Spine, such as Scoliosis or Kyphosis, can also cause upper back pain
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Back pain: Signs and symptoms | Causes | Types | Treatments (in Hindi)
Back pain can be classified into acute and chronic back pain. Understand the common causes, helpful solutions illustrated by Dr. Chandra Shekhar and prevent back pain. Description in Hindi: पीठ दर्द एक आम बीमारी है जो किसी को भी हो सकती है। लगातार बैठे रहले वाली जीवनशैली और अनियमित शारीरिक गतिविधियों के कारण युवाओं में पीठ और गर्दन दर्द की शिकायत बढ़ रही है। डॉ. चंद्र शेखर बता रहे हैं पीठ दर्द के लक्षण, उसका इलाज और कैसे इससे बचा जाए ।
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Kinesiotaping - treat pain syndrome in thoracic spine
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Scoliosis and Back Pain Chiropractic Treatment
Dr. David Russ of Portland OR, http://www.happyspinepdx.com, demonstrates a treatment for the pain and discomfort of scoliosis and its associated back pain. For more information about Russ Family Chiropractic in Portland, OR, visit our website! Music courtesy Oxi Ros, Jamendo
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What causes thoracic spine pain?
Pain caused by joint dysfunction, where the ribs attach to the spine at each level of the thoracic spine, can cause pain. Herniated or degenerative discs. While less common in the thoracic spine, degenerative disc disease or a thoracic herniated disc can be a source of pain. Arthritis.@
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Fix Your Shoulder Pain (BENCH PRESS!)
Pick your program here - http://athleanx.com/x/my-workouts Subscribe to this channel here - http://bit.ly/2b0coMW Shoulder pain is one of the most common workout injuries that get in the way of you making gains, especially in your chest. In this video, I’m going to show you how you don’t have to stop doing your chest exercises just because your have pain in your shoulder. In fact, I will coach you through how to change the way you are doing the bench press regardless of what type of shoulder pain you are experiencing so you do not have to give up the chest gains. First, it helps to understand the general types of shoulder injuries that can be the source of your pain. You can either have an injury to the labrum (and often times biceps tendon as well due to the proximity of it to the labrum), rotator cuff, bursitis, impingement, or the AC joint. Each of these has their own characteristic symptoms that slightly differentiate it from the other however it is best to have your shoulder evaluated in person by a qualified physical therapist for an exact diagnosis. When it comes to working out with a shoulder injury it can be really tough. The fact that your shoulder joint is so mobile and intimately involved with all upper body exercises makes it tough to train around, unless you know how to do it. The bench press is a staple exercise for building a bigger chest and is one that also happens to be very difficult to perform once shoulder pain or injury has set in. That said, there are tweaks you can make to the movement that make it possible for you to start doing it again and not have it aggravate your symptoms. In fact, it could help to make your shoulder pain go away as you build it back stronger than ever. When you look at the AC joint injury you have to understand that it is caused mostly by forced internal rotation (especially with some velocity). This can happen when you target too low on your chest or forget to arch your back and bring the ribcage to the bar rather than forcing the bar to seek out the ribcage. If you adjust the cage up by arching the back and dropping the shoulders back you can not only fix the targeting of the bar on the chest but you can effectively shorten the depth and keep your shoulders more secure. With a labrum tear you are likely to have a greatly compromised shoulder stability. This becomes especially bothersome when you experience the pain at the bottom of the press. Here you are not only dealing with the most instability but you are also putting the biceps tendon on the most stretch because of the arm extending behind your body. This causes pain either way. The key is to temporarily switch to a floor press to have a more equal base of support for your shoulder. The rest of the issues tend to revolve around one common outcome and that is the impingement that can occur in your shoulder from bench pressing. Here the goal is to create as much room as you can in the shoulder joint when doing the exercise. You can depress your shoulders which will deactivate the traps and create more room in the joint. You can alter the position of the elbows to be closer to your body which will do the same thing. Finally, you can switch the grip from overhand to underhand to make sure you are externally rotating your shoulders and creating room as well. All of these changes are small but critical to getting you back to training your chest without shoulder injury. If you are looking for a program that helps you to get all gains without the pain, head to http://athleanx.com and get the ATHLEAN-X Training programs. For more videos on how to workout with injuries or how to build a big chest with bad shoulders or shoulder injury, be sure to subscribe to our channel here on youtube at http://youtube.com/user/jdcav24
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Cervical Spondylosis (Arthritis of the Neck) / Neck Pain & Pinched Nerve / Dr Mandell
Spondylosis refers to degenerative changes in the spine such as bone spurs and degenerating intervertebral discs. Spondylosis changes in the spine are frequently referred to as osteoarthritis. This is an asymptomatic slow process that is hidden for many years.
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What Causes Pain Under The Ribs?
Disorders and diseases of the heart and lungs are the most probable causes for pain you feel in areas under the ribs. But there are others. This video lists and describes the most common.
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Pinched Nerve and Muscle Atrophy (What You Should Understand) - Dr Mandell
The primary symptom of a pinched nerve is pain, which some people describe as "shooting" or "like lightning." In some cases, part of the limb can lose sensation, causing numbness or tingling down the path of the nerve. In severe episodes, reflexes are lost and muscle atrophy and weakness can develop.
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Qi Gong for Anxiety and Chest Tightness w Jeffrey Chand
A very common reason people practice qi gong is because of anxiety and symptoms that accompany it, such as chest tightness and fullness. Some of our most popular qi gong routines in the Communi Qi are for anxiety. Read more here: http://www.qigongforvitality.com/qi-gong-anxiety-chest-tightness/ Anxiety affects roughly 18% of the adult population but fewer than 40% of people affected actually seek treatment. I believe anxiety, and generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) is better recognized today and people don’t feel as reluctant to discuss it with their doctor but many people still struggle in silence. Symptoms of anxiety can include: racing, looping thoughts feeling of panic, fear, and uneasiness chest tightness or fullness, palpitations (racing heart) nausea, uncomfortable feeling in the stomach, loss or increased appetite sweating, night sweats, sweaty palms sleep issues Conventional treatment can offer: medication drugs supplements/vitamins herbs talk therapy exercise diet lifestyle changes And, it is all helpful! We need to seek as many sources of help as necessary until we find a “formula” that works for us. Maybe it will involve a brisk walk, herbal teas, and some qi gong. Or perhaps, we might need to follow a strict sleep schedule, eliminate sugar, take multivitamins, and practice qi gong. There are no rules about what will or won’t work. I am biased, but I believe qi gong practice (alone or combined with other therapies) is extremely helpful with treating anxiety and the symptoms of anxiety. The combination of deep breathing, gentle movement, and practicing relaxing the body and mind is ideal for helping us feel calm and peaceful. Qi gong can reduce the symptoms of anxiety and prevent us from becoming anxious in the first place. This particular routine is based around the exercise “Circling the Hands” which is an old, classic qi gong movement. If you practice this routine, at first you might notice your anxiety and chest tightness reducing slightly. If you continue to practice you will notice this routine will be more and more effective. Our body creates “muscle memory” and we teach ourselves to be in a calm and peaceful state. This short routine can definitely be helpful but we also have a full program called “From A to Z – Anxiety to Zen” which discusses many other “tools” to help reduce, or eliminate anxiety in the Communi Qi. In the program we also have several full routines that will really help eliminate anxiety from the “root.” I can comfortably recommend adding qi gong practice to your life if you are affected by anxiety, no matter what the cause. I have seen it benefit many people! If you get nothing else from this video and article, just remember to keep trying to find your “formula.” The perfect combination is out there, you just have to persist and you will find it 🙂 If you want to make sure you receive all of our new YouTube videos, please join our newsletter- don't worry we won't spam you and you can always unsubscribe :) https://goo.gl/ZRtB7N To get the full benefit of qi gong practice I would highly recommend practicing full routines which can be found in the "Communi Qi." This is an online library with: -full qigong routines -short qi gong routines -members question and answers -the "Universi Qi" where we discuss Qigong, Traditional Chinese medicine, wellness, and inspiration -over 100 videos! -members only discussion forum where you can connect with like-minded people Come join us for a free 7 day trial! https://qigongforvitality.vhx.tv Become a member of our Communi-Qi and feel your best! http://qigongforvitality.com Like us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/QiGongForVitality/
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Personal Fitness : Posture Exercises for Chest Pain
Before considering posture exercises to fix chest pain, it's important to first rule out more serious causes for chest pain. Find out how to stretch out chest muscles with help from a personal trainer in this free video on personal fitness and posture exercises. Expert: Melody Schoenfeld Contact: www.flawlessfitness.com Bio: Melody Schoenfeld, CSCS, CMT, RKC is a certified, highly educated personal trainer with almost 20 years of training experience in many different disciplines. Filmmaker: Max Cusimano Series Description: Greater personal physical fitness can be achieved through a variety of exercises with emphasis on the abdominal muscles, posture and resistance training. Learn how to get into better shape in this free video series on exercise and fitness.
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Yoga for Neck and Shoulder Relief - Yoga With Adriene
Yoga for Neck and Shoulder Relief! Take a break from all of your tasks and tend to your body. Release neck and shoulder tension that collects from daily stress and other fitness routines. This under 20 min session offers a bounty of energetic hygiene! You can do this sequence in a chair or on the edge of your couch. Practice regularly! Love yo' self. Preventative care is the best care. More at www.yogawithadriene.com Twitter: @yogawithadriene Instagram: @adrienelouise Facebook: Yoga With Adriene #FindWhatFeelsGood #FWFG #YogaWithAdriene #YWAhomepractice
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Can GAS Cause Chest Pain | Gundenoppi | Health Tips in Telugu | Dr. K.Naga Murali | DoctorsTv Telugu
Watch►Can GAS Cause Chest Pain | Gundenoppi | Health Tips in Telugu | Dr. K.Naga Murali | DoctorsTv Telugu. watch https://goo.gl/VpKzpn Facebook : https://goo.gl/dLfdXU Twitter : https://goo.gl/6c8WDw Blogger : https://goo.gl/qVHCpB Google +:https://goo.gl/QSVg72 Community : https://goo.gl/pcu7vN Wordpress: https://goo.gl/gwpNcm Pinterest : https://goo.gl/fvKQYx Linkedin : https://goo.gl/xLnFNL tumblr : https://goo.gl/44D7Rq
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Proper Sleeping Positions for Neck Pain, Back Pain, Pinched Nerves and Sciatica / Dr. Mandell
Incorrect Sleeping will irritate the nerves of the spine leading to pain and inflammation of the muscles of the spine. This can lead to pain and numbness into the arms from the neck or pain into the buttocks and legs coming from the lower back. Never sleep on your stomach because this stresses the lower back, causes the neck to be turned 45 degrees to one side, and puts stress on the organs from weight bearing of the chest. There is nothing like a good nights sleep, so do it right! Dr. Mandell Make sure you like us on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/motivationaldoc/ Please leave your reviews if you wouldn't mind taking the time. Thank you. Dr M
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Osteoarthritis Chest Pain by NoMoreVitamins com
http://NoMoreVitamins.com - Don't let yourself take pain pills for the rest of your life, please! There's another way no one has told you about, the natural and holistic way to help reverse osteoarthritis, without more pills and without side-effects! Are you ready feel less joint pain, less muscle pain and less organ pain, too? http://NoMoreVitamins.com
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Ankylosing Spondylitis - Arthritis Pain In The Back, Hips, Shoulders, Knees
Ankylosing Spondylitis - Arthritis Pain In The Back Hips Shoulders Knees Ankylosing spondylitis is one of more than 100 forms of arthritis. It's an inflammatory disease that can cause pain when vertebrae in your spine fuse together. This not only makes the spine less flexible, but can eventually result in chronic pain and even disability. The posture of individuals with ankylosing spondylitis can become deformed and hunched-forward. Ribs can be affected too, causing breathing difficulties. Pain and stiffness can radiate to other parts of your body, including large joints such as the shoulders, hips, and knees. The places where your tendons and ligaments attach to bones can also be affected, as can the cartilage between your breastbone and ribs. Exact causes remain a mystery, but ankylosing spondylitis seems to run in families. Symptoms vary with the most common being back pain in the morning, at night, and after inactivity. Among the other symptoms are: * loss of appetite * low grade fever * weight loss * fatigue * anemia or low iron Some symptoms appear in places you wouldn't expect, such as: * inflammation of the bowels *mild eye inflammation *heart valve inflammation *Achilles tendonitis There is no cure for ankylosing spondylitis. Treatment focuses on managing pain and preventing disability. Besides medications and exercise, there would be an emphasis on maintaining good posture. Applying heat reduce pain and soreness in joints, while applying cold reduces swelling. Surgery may be necessary in cases of severe severe damage or deformity in knee or hip joints.
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Most Important Chest Stretches to Correct Forward Rounded Shoulders and Pinched Nerve - Dr Mandell
Looking down for long hours on the computer, texting on phone, or being in a sedentary position when sitting or driving, will cause the head to shift forward and will round the shoulders forward. This causes the pectoralis minor/ chest muscle to become shortened and contracted. The plexus of nerves that form from the neck region runs directly under this muscle commonly compressing on these nerves that cause pain, numbness, tingling, and weakness to the neck, chest, shoulders, arms, and hand regions. There are several stretching exercises that I will review that you can do at home, that will help correct your poor posture and take away the pain.
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Chest Pain & Angina? How to Treat & Stop Pain
"Famous" Physical Therapists Bob Schrupp and Brad Heineck present Chest Pain & Angina? How to Treat & Stop Pain The Backpod is available at this link: https://bobandbrad.com/featured-products ALERT: Bob and Brad's new invention The Wall Anchor is available on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B078WFFWR8 Check out the Products Bob and Brad LOVE on their Amazon Preferred Page https://www.amazon.com/shop/physicaltherapyvideo Make sure to like Bob and Brad on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/BobandBrad Follow us on Twitter https://twitter.com/PtFamous Our Website: https://www.bobandbrad.com/ Our book "Three Simple Steps To Treat Back Pain" is available on Kindle https://www.amazon.com/Three-Simple-Steps-Treat-Back-ebook/dp/B00BPU4O5G/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1444092626&sr=8-1&keywords=3+simple+steps+to+treat+back+pain Brad's Book "Martial Arts Manual: For Stretching, Strengthening, Prevention, and Treatment of Common Injuries" is also available on Kindle. https://www.amazon.com/Martial-Arts-Manual-Stretching-Strengthening-ebook/dp/B0722J3PZL/ref=sr_1_fkmr0_1?ie=UTF8qid=1494292881&sr=8-1-fkmr0&keywords=brad+heineck+martial+arts WANT TO HELP TRANSLATE OUR VIDEOS? We would so love the help. http://www.youtube.com/timedtext_cs_panel?tab=2&c=UCmTe0LsfEbpkDpgrxKAWbRA We are a participate in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for us to earn fees by linking Amazon.com and affiliated sites.
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Stop Chest Pain Fast with Massage & Acupressure!
Please see my website here: http://www.brettsnaturalhealth.com Please subscribe here: https://tinyurl.com/y9v8n466 TOP NOTCH VIDEO!!! You can stop chest pain fast with massage and acupressure techniques taught in this helpful video. First, tap on your sternum to stop chest pain send healing massage vibrations into the chest area. Your heart and thymus will be affected by these massage strokes. Your heart pain may go away! Do yoga for chest pain too. Then rub your fingers in between the ribs (intercostal muscles) to release tight muscles causing tension and chest pain. Learn how to cure chest pain. These natural health remedies are excellent to relieve stress and anxiety too because the heart chakra is so indicative of these symptoms. You can relieve chest pain if you massage in between the ribs. Learn chest pain relief exercises if you have chest pain. Do massage on your arm if it is tight with pain to give relief to the heart meridians. Also do stomach massage to stop indigestion. Indigestion causes acid reflux and chest pain. Now you will feel better for sure! Sternum pain might be caused by the thymus needing to be thumped. If you have chest pain middle then tap on your sternum! You'll feel better and your symptoms may go away. Rub your arm muscles too. The heart meridians go down the arms. Tap your fourth chakra! The tension may go away in your mind too! These techniques for chest pain are easy and can help a LOT of people to feel better! Be a warrior and do the self massage for chest pain every day! You can stop chest pain all by yourself without a doctor or drugs! -----------------------------
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Severe Upper Back Pain – Upper Back Pain Symptoms and Causes
Severe Upper Back Pain https://youtu.be/-XK9ZdxMb2M Subscribe us : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCyqDCVGRQmXvfzTwC8K4pPA Follow on Google + : https://plus.google.com/u/0/108891954622314790348 Upper Back Pain Herbal Remedies, Causes and Symptoms By [http://EzineArticles.com/expert/Elvira_Filinovich/789928]Elvira Filinovich Upper back pain is also referred as thoracic pain which is felt in the area between bottom of the neck and low back. Upper body of human beings forms a thoracic cage round heart, lungs and liver. This is a sturdy structure attached with the ribs to protect delicate internal organs. Upper back comprised of bones, muscles, ligaments and tendons to support the body in balancing head movement and maintaining overall balance of the body while doing simple activities like walking and changing postures. The upper back of human body contains seven vertebra which are separated by intervertebral discs to avoid them from rubbing each other and facilitate smooth and friction free movement.Severe Upper Back Pain. It is the most rigid and strong part of the body with limited range of motion. Muscles, ligaments and tendons are soft part of the back which makes the limited movement of the upper back possible. Muscles are attached to the bones by tendons, and ligaments are strong bands of tissues which link the bones. Muscles provide all the power necessary for the movement. Combined function of all these three parts of upper back control hyperextend, hyperflex and twisting. Injuries, infections and overuse of muscles are the most common cause of pain in the back. Sprained muscles can cause pain during the movement as well as during resting position too as these muscles are active even when person is not making any physical movement. Ruptured or herniated disc in cervical spine is another cause of upper backache which is commonly evident. Severe Upper Back Pain. The intervertebral disc in between two vertebra bulges out due to wear and tear and other reasons to hinder the movement and cause upper backache. Arthritis can also cause upper backache particularly osteoarthritis as it can misalign the musculoskeletal system of cervical spine in upper back to cause pain. Pinched nerves, arteries and veins are other common reasons for upper backache, in advent of such situation the pain radiates towards arms and shoulder and also causes cooling of arm. Osteoporosis can cause pain in any part of the body as it promotes loss of bone density, its effects can cause backache too. Muscle spasms are rarely seen but they can also be a cause of upper back pain, these spasms are involuntary and uncontrollable and can strain the muscles to cause pain. Fibromyalgia is another disease which can promote upper backache. Herbs and herbal remedies are extremely safe and easy to treat upper back pain caused by any reason. Chamomile tea is excellent muscle relaxant to relieve pain and initiate movement. Burdock roots and bromelain has been used since ancient times for alleviating lower and upper back pain. Massages of eucalyptus oil can relieve the pain immediately, massage with warm mustard seed extract is also a good herbal remedy for back pain. Cayenne pepper has pain inhibiting properties and is popularly used as topical application for pain relief. Application of apple cider vinegar before going to bed is also extremely helpful in treating upper back pain. Read about [http://www.home-remedies-guide.com/arthritis-joint-pain.htm]Arthritis Joint Pain Relief supplements. Read useful [http://home-remedies-guide.com/remedy/lumbago.htm]Home Remedies for Lumbago. Article Source: [http://EzineArticles.com/?Upper-Back-Pain-Herbal-Remedies,-Causes-and-Symptoms&id=5189048] Upper Back Pain Herbal Remedies, Causes and Symptoms reference by: https://www.spineuniverse.com/conditions/upper-back-pain Severe Upper Back Pain – Upper Back Pain Symptoms and Causes
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Knee Across the Chest Exercise for Low Back Pain Relief & Hip Mobility - Rehab & Recovery
Probably the trickiest and most frustrating area to injure involves the muscles surrounding the hip area. This is where hip issues and low back pain tend to take up residence. The good news is, if you're looking for a sure-fire way to alleviate pain, improve mobility, and create lasting strength -- you've come to the right place! I mention the hip area being the most frustrating because of one reason; when you injure the hip joint (or, especially, the lower back), it absolutely impedes your daily activities. When you sprain an ankle or twist a knee, you can still use crutches to get around. With shoulder or elbow injuries, you'll hopefully still have your lower body to fall back on. The low back and hip, however, will prevent you from walking, standing, twisting, and most other daily movements. It's frustrating to feel so helpless. Throughout the past couple of months, I've been battling a few injuries to both my lower back and my right hip. As luck would have it, the muscles involved are on the same side! But, once the period of intense, awful, barely-able-to-move pain subsided, I knew I'd be back to normal quite quickly. That's because I familiarized myself with a number of fantastic exercises for that particular area of my body. Once equipped with great movements designed to increase my hip mobility, I was well on my way to 100% again. The important thing to note about the exercise used is, they don't come from some web search on hip exercises. If you try that out yourself, you'll find a laundry list of the most difficult yoga moves on the planet. Sure, those movements may help increase mobility, but they just aren't safe recommendations for those of us on the mend. Instead, what you should opt for is the following routine that I swear by. Even though I'm back to full strength right now, I continue to do this every morning, as well as before bed, in order to maintain strength and flexibility. Just be sure that you're hips and lower back are at a state that you can perform these exercises -- you don't want to do anything while still at the peak of your injury. For this exercise routine for the hips and low back, follow the instructions in the video closely, as some rehab movements are holds for different periods of time. This is a rehab exercise routine to help when coming back from an injury to the lower back, as well as to increase mobility in the hip region. Below is a list of each individual rehab exercise. To perform this exercise: Bring one knee up towards your chest (like in the piriformis stretch), on this time drop the knee across your body, and towards the ground. Try to keep your shoulders and back from coming off the ground. Try to get your knee to touch the ground across your body. Hold the pose for 10-15 seconds, then switch legs. For the full hip mobility/low back pain relief routine, check out the video below: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OYa_7CXrnVo Only go as deep into the stretch as is comfortable and pain free. The last thing you want to do is go beyond your physical capabilities, especially when rehabbing an injury.
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C4, C5, C6, C7. Neck & shoulder pain treatment. Active Isolated Stretching.
http://resolveyourpain.com Cure cervical disc disease. Solve neck & shoulder pain with Active Isolated Stretching (AIS). An alternative to chiropractic, physical therapy, and surgery. The principle cause of cervical disc changes and chronic shoulder pain is inflexibility in the muscles that surround the problem joint. The modern office worker spends six to eight hours at a computer (a laptop computer is especially damaging for neck health), sleeps on their side (which compresses the shoulder joint), and drives in traffic for two hours a day. The postural changes that develop from this lifestyle are: forward head posture, rounded shoulders, and collapsed chest muscles which are always part of the problem in C4, C5, C6, C7 cervical disc issues. Common neck muscles that become strained from this routine are the trapezius, sternocleidomastoid, and scalene muscles. The cervical discs provide cushion for the cervical spine. If the upper body muscles are affected by excessive tension, they exert an overload of pressure on the cervical discs. Causing degeneration or herniation in the C4, C5, C6, C7 cervical discs. When conventional neck pain treatment is not successful there are two common reasons. One, traditional care does not treat the muscles that are underneath the neck. Muscles of the chest, shoulders, upper arms, and upper back have everything to do cervical disc pain. Secondly, other methods that try to lengthen muscles are not being thorough. When the procedure is incomplete, the problem returns. Lengthening muscles is the aim of yoga, pnf stretching, massage, thai massage, static stretching, rolfing, and myofascial release. But Active Isolated Stretching is the most detailed system of lengthening muscles. The developer of AIS organized a new system that allows each individual muscle (that is part of the problem area) to relax and return to normal position. This process encourages the body to heal naturally. Warning: This video is not intended as an instructional video. Do not try to copy the movements in the video. It can lead to serious injury. I am about to release new videos that are intended for at-home practice. Please wait for the new videos.
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My chronic Lyme disease symptoms part 3...List of complete symptoms below
My Symptoms... Costocondritis/chest pain Neck and back pain Poor appitite Shortness of breath Pvc's Heart racing Spine pain Muscle twitching Upper abdomial pain w/gas Nausea Headaches Severe pain Severe lethargy Trouble saying words Trouble remembering what I'm saying when speaking Forgetting more Feel like I can't sit up or move Dizziness Neuro skin pain Brain fog Low vitamin D3 Arthritis Insomnia Asthma when I try to exercise Extreme anxiety Mood swings Irregular menstrual cycles Anemia Autoimmune disorders Panic attacks Hives Joint pain I.B.S Fibromyalgia Dental decay Thinning of hair Hormonal imbalances low immunity
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What's Causing My Mysterious Left Side Back Pain?
What's Causing My Mysterious Left Side Back Pain Causes of back pain can seem mysterious and hard to diagnose because there are so many possibilities. This video briefly explores some of the most "likely suspects," starting with two of the most common. Unfortunately, cancer in any of the organs or tissues along the left side of the back can cause pain in the organ or area where the tumor is growing. Cancer often comes with a lot of other symptoms besides local pain, such as changes in appetite, weight and skin appearance, fatigue, and fever. Very often, pain in the back comes from muscle strains and tendon or ligament damage. These could be the result of a blow or some other kind of trauma, or it could be from pushing, pulling or lifting objects that are too heavy. It can also result from overuse of muscles, or misuse of them. That said, let's consider some causes of back pain that are more likely to occur specifically on the left side of the back, starting at the top and working down. Someone who is having a heart attack, or is close to having a heart attack, can have back pain as well as chest pain. This pain can also radiate into other areas of the body, notably the arms, neck and upper back. It may be also be accompanied by numbness, pinching, prickling, or other uncomfortable sensations in one or both arms. Your liver and gallbladder are atually on the right side of your body, but pain caused by these organs can radiate the left side. Pancreatitis, which is inflammation of the pancreas, may also cause back pain that can be felt on the left a well as the right. Problems with the left lung can cause pain in both the upper and middle back, depending on the disease or disorder that's in progress. Kidney problems can be another source of left side back pain. You have two kidneys -- one on the right and one on the left side near the middle of your back. Pain in the "flank" area on the left side could indication a kidney infection or a kidney stone in your left kidney. Kidney stone pain can be mild, or it can be intense enough to bring you to tears. It can be particulary mysterious and distressing because it may come and go on a moment's notice. Spinal disc problems are often likely causes of pain in the middle and lower back on the left side. A condition like scoliosis (curvature of the spine) can push a spinal disc out of position, triggering pain in the nerve paths of the back. The same goes for a slipped or ruptured vertebrae, which often results from lifting something too heavy. Pain can spread to either side of the back, or downward. Sciatica is another problem that sometimes affects the lower back and legs. Sciatica causes of pain, numbness, and/or weakness that radiate along the sciatic nerve -- the body's largest -- from the lower back to the buttocks and legs. When this nerve is pinched or damaged, it can cause extreme discomfort. Because there are so many joints in your spine, you may get arthritis as you get older. Arthritis is an inflammatory disease often caused by caused by years of wear and tear on joints. Osteoporosis is another possibility. Osteoporosis condition that weakens bones by robbing them of density, and causing pain from small fractures. Finally, the organs of the lower abdomen, especially the colon and intestines, are prone to a number of disorders that can result in both abdominal and back pain. The list is long: including celiac disease, Crohn's disease, diverticulitis, irritable bowel syndrome, colitis, and disorders of the reproductive organs.
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Can RA cause nerve damage ? | good Health for all
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