Other Causes of Back Pain
A pain in the lower back can happen with sudden causes or can happen because of a periodical pain. Identifying the cause of a back pain is crucial for any sort of medical treatment. However, lower back pains are not limited to sprains or strains caused over a period of time.
An inflammation or a growth of a bone can cause a chronic lower back pain. In short, there are many other causes of a pain in lower back and we have some of them mentioned below.
Hurting your muscles and tissues around the spine lead to muscle spasm. This happens when your muscles try to protect the particular area by going into spasm. Meaning, the muscles flex themselves and stay in that position. The pain stays until the muscle relaxes. Spasms in the back are also caused by the slipped discs or injuries to the tissues in the spine.
Hard and tiny stone made from crystals formed in the kidneys are called Kidney Stones. If these stone get stuck inside the urinating tubes, it causes a severe pain in the lower back pain and on the sides. Once these stones are either passed out through urine or starting from those tubes, the pain deficits and eventually stops.
There are soft cushions or disks that separate the vertebrae and feels like little jelly-filled doughnuts. If one of those disk cracks, the “jelly” oozes out and sometimes pushes the spinal cord or nerves. This extra bone causes chronic back pain that can spread to the legs or arms.
The inflammation, stiffness and pain in joints is called as arthritis. There are various kinds of spinal arthritis or conditions that majorly affects the lower back and thus causes lower back pains.
If the space in the spinal columns is narrow, it can put pressure on the spinal cord and the nerves that run from your spine to the arms and legs. This can cause numbness and make it hard for a person to move around.
This rare and serious condition can happen when a bacteria, virus or a fungus infects the fluid around the spine, bones or the soft tissues that make the spinal column. It usually happens after a spinal surgery or an accident or injury to the spine.
This happens when one of the bones in your spine (vertebrae) slips out of place and onto the one below it. When the bone presses on a nerve, it hurts. This usually happens in your lower back.
Study them well and if you feel that this may be the cause of your back pain, contact us today to get in touch with the leading neurosurgeons and get them treated before it gets too late.
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