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Low Back Pain

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Different types of low back pain, common causes and treatment

At Vida Spine Clinic in Pune, Dr. Farooque Khan specializes in low back physiotherapy treatments. Known for his exceptional, non-surgical care using the latest technology.

The unique strength of Vida The Spine Clinic lies in its dedication to non-surgical treatments that prioritize patient comfort and effectiveness. Dr. Farooque Khan’s expertise approach make the clinic a highly trusted option for low back pain relief.

Types of Low Back Pain

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Muscular Pain

One of the most common types, muscular low back pain, occurs when the muscles in the lower back are strained or overworked, often due to poor posture, repetitive motions, or improper lifting techniques.

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Pain at Rest

This type of low back pain is characterized by discomfort even during periods of rest or inactivity. It can indicate underlying structural issues or inflammatory conditions.

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Radiculopathy

Radiculopathy refers to low back pain that radiates into one or both lower limbs. It is often caused by compression or irritation of the spinal nerves, commonly associated with conditions like herniated discs or spinal stenosis.

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Morning Stiffness

Many individuals with low back pain experience stiffness and discomfort in the morning. This is often due to reduced mobility during sleep and muscle imbalances.

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Pain that Increases with Walking

Increase in low back pain with walking along with one or both lower limbs is sign of significant PIVD or listhesis.

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Pain After Prolonged Sitting or Standing

Some individuals experience pain in their lower back after extended periods of sitting or standing. This pain may be due to muscle fatigue, poor ergonomics, or spinal compression.

Common Causes

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Common Causes of Low Back Pain

1. Muscular Issues

Strained or injured muscles in the lower back, often caused by overuse, improper lifting, or sudden movements.

2. Listhesis

A condition where one vertebra slips forward or backward in relation to the adjacent vertebrae, leading to instability and low back pain.

3. Prolapsed Intervertebral Disc (PIVD)

A herniated or bulging disc in the spine can cause compression of nerves and result in low back pain, along with radiating pain into the legs.

4. Ankylosing Spondylitis

An inflammatory condition affecting the spine, causing stiffness, pain, and fusion of the spinal joints.

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    Treatment Options

    Low back pain can significantly impact daily life, but with proper understanding and targeted treatment, individuals can find relief and improve their overall well-being. Identifying the type and cause of low back pain is crucial in determining the most suitable treatment approach. Whether it's physiotherapy, osteopathy, or chiropractic care, seeking professional guidance can pave the way for a healthier and pain-free back.

    Physiotherapy is a holistic approach that combines various techniques to improve strength, flexibility, posture, and overall well-being. It encompasses a range of interventions, including exercises, stretching, manual therapy, and education. Physiotherapists may utilize different modalities as part of the treatment plan, such as shockwave therapy, matrix therapy, PEMF therapy, spinal decompression system, IFT, and ultrasound therapy. These modalities can help in reducing pain, promoting tissue healing, and improving mobility.

    Osteopathic treatment focuses on optimizing musculoskeletal health through manual techniques, including manipulation, mobilization, and soft tissue therapy. It aims to restore balance and alleviate low back pain.

    Chiropractors use spinal adjustments and manipulations to improve alignment, relieve pressure on nerves, and promote healing. They may also incorporate other therapies like exercises and lifestyle modifications.

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