Homeopathy for Backpain

Pain in the back anywhere below the ribs and above the hips is called lower back pain. The pain may vary between dull and  sharp and may even cause numbness.

After the common cold, back pain is the most common reason why people take office leave. Usually, a back pain subsides on its own in a matter of weeks but for some, it continues to linger on for long and may need medical help.

Back pain itself does not represent a serious condition but if associated with other medical conditions and can be a cause of concern. 

The major accompanying symptom of back pain is stiffness of the back

This pain may come as a result of the following three regions

Upper back-cervical region- pain may radiate to the arms

Mid-back-dorsal region- 

Lower back– lumbar, sacral and coccyx region- radiate to lower limbs

Back comprises vertebrae, intervertebral disc, spinal cord, muscles, ligaments, and tendons. Vertebraes are bony structures that collectively make up the vertebral column. The vertebral canal runs through its length in the center.Any injury or damage to these columns or structures may lead to back pain.

Though there is no definite age when one may get back pain, this degenerative disease can affect people of all age groups mostly elderly.

Back pain can occur due to a variety of factors

Occupational: Professionals demanding to stand, sit or bend in positions that strain the back area may cause back pain.

Sports: Injuries or activities affecting back

Habit: Maintaining the faulty posture for a sustained period due to habitual behavior

Other reasons may include obesity, stress and depression, bad posture, pregnancy, etc

Though above I have listed some generalized reasons for back pain, it may also come off as a result of unknown factors.

Homeopathy is effective for both acute as well as chronic cases of back pain.

What causes back pain?

Poor posture is one of the leading causes of back pain.

The lower back bears nearly half of the weight of the body.  The two points of the spine namely, cervical spine and dorsal spine are the weakest points and bear the most weight.

When they are not used at their proper position of function they suffer from stresses and strains that lead to back pain.

Though sudden back pain can develop through a variety of factors, real back pain begins when you have been performing the improper movement for a long period of time.

Some medical conditions that can create back pain

Backache can also be triggered through following health conditions

Osteoarthritis

Aging can cause joints of the backbones to degenerate causing backache

Vitamin D and Calcium Deficiency

Vitamin D and calcium deficiency may cause osteoporosis and lead to back pain

Herniated Disks

Backbones have round resilient disks that act as shock absorbers. They help cushion the back.

Upon heavy impact, they might get displaced and create pain in the surrounding nerves

Fractures and Injuries

Falling in the back can create nerve, bone and tissue injury causing back pain

Spinal column becomes narrow

The spinal cord travels through the spinal column. With aging, the canal may become narrow and compress the contents within causing back pain.

If you still have any doubt or concerns, please feel free to drop me a message at [email protected] and I will get back to you soon.

 

Note: Do not self-medicate any of the remedies listed above . Consult a qualified homeopath.