Chronic Back Pain
Chronic back pain is a result of factors such as:
- A slipped disc, which is primarily caused by sudden physical trauma or force when conducting physical activities like lifting weight or bending your knees
- Spinal stenosis, where the spinal canal gets narrowed or blocked
- Compression fractures such as osteoporosis
- Soft tissue damage, which is due to the pulling of muscles, skin, or tendons in the body
- Spinal disorder
- Structural deformities, which include a series of spine-related disorders such as scoliosis and lordosis.
Up to date, back pain is the most common cause of many work-related disabilities across the United States.
Studies have shown that half of the adult population will suffer from headaches during the entire year, while beyond 90% of people will be plagued by this medical condition in their lifetime. Chronic headaches can be ongoing and non-stop, often progressing or worsening over time. The most common types include:
- Tension headaches due to a stressful and unhealthy lifestyle
- Eye-strain headaches that result from strained ocular muscles
- Migraine headaches from hormonal imbalance or a triggered nervous system
- Cluster headaches due to abnormalities in the head’s blood vessels
Chronic Joint Pain
Joint pain is the primary cause of chronic pain among adults in America. It is commonly associated with trauma and physical pain. It is especially common among the elderly, who could suffer from arthritis and other types of joint pain such as:
- Osteoarthritis, which is prevalent in older folks who are at an advancing age
- Rheumatoid arthritis, which is an autoimmune disease that causes the joint spaces to swell up
- Repetitive motion injury, which is prevalent in physically active people who frequently conduct activities such as running, jogging, and other sports
- Bursitis, which is an infection of the joint cushion
- Tendinitis, which is an injury in the joint tendons.
Chronic Nerve Pain
Chronic nerve (neuropathic) pain usually happens due to a nerve infection that takes away the outer coating layer of the nerve. Some of the most common examples of this condition include:
- Sciatica, which is a nerve compression-related disorder that causes pain in the lower leg area
- Diabetic neuropathy, which is a tingling sensation in the hands and feet
- Carpal tunnel syndrome, which is similar to repeated motion disorder
- Post-herpetic neuralgia, which is a type of chronic pain that continues non-stop after a skin outbreak
- Trigeminal neuralgia, which is due to a trigeminal nerve infection that occurs on the face
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