Musculoskeletal Pain

Lower Back Pain

Pain in the lumbosacral area is caused by a variety of somatic (musculoskeletal) dysfunctions; Pain is typically diffuse and located in a region that includes the areas of the back below the ribs and above the distal fold of the buttocks. Age-related Spinal Stenosis- narrowing of the spinal column putting pressure on the spinal cord and nerves. This leads to pain, and leg weakness.

Cause:
• Overstretching
• Ligament tears
• Muscle or tendon tears
• Occurs from heavy lifting
• Turning and twisting

Symptoms:
• Stinging
• Burning pain that moves from the low back, thighs, sometimes into the lower legs or feet
• Numbness or tingling
• Muscle spasms 

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