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Why do you have an increase in back pain

Many of us have had neck and back pain that could be debilitating. Instantly it can bring you to your knees. Back and neck pain is simply a part of life that you must deal with, but that does not mean you have to suffer every with this condition

 
PRLog - Oct. 2, 2012 - COOPER CITY, Fla. -- Is there a cure for back pain and neck pain? To cure back pain means that you will never experience it again. You can manage the pain with various therapies so you can live without pain. By starting these daily therapies you can reduce many of the factors that cause neck and back pain.

What is pain? Pain is a signal from the body telling you that something is not right. The perception of pain originates in the brain. A signal is sent from your nervous system that something is dysfunctional. Pain can be from a trauma such as an accidents or slip and fall. It can also begin from simply muscle spasm, tightness, inflexibility and bad posture. When the pain begins, your brain wants to avoid further pain. It does this by utilizing other muscles and movements to avoid the pain. This in-turn may cause an increase in pain and dysfunctional movement.

Your first thought is to eliminate the pain with drugs. Pain meds can be addictive and cause more damage to the injured area. Without being able to feel the pain, you may use the injured area injuring it further. After the medication wears off the pain will return and sometimes it is more intense.

The lifestyle of most people today is a breeding ground for dysfunctional movement and terrible posture. While using a computer, tablet and cell phone you are sitting, compressing the lower back. This tightens the muscles around your hips decreasing their flexibility. The shoulders are rounded forward and the weight of the skull increases tension in the neck and upper back. This constant forward flexion will lead to an increase in stiffness in the upper back and neck area which results in a decrease in use of the larger muscles of the legs and hips making the body more vulnerable to pain.

Dr. Paul Herman, a Cooper City chiropractor, can help with these issues.
http://drpaulherman.com/

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