Back Pain Relating to Different Regions of the Spine
Many people frequently seek medical attention to treat symptoms of back pain. Approximately three in four adults will experience some sort of back pain throughout their lifetime. Back pain is identified as a painful symptom which originates along the spine.
From acute back pain to chronic back pain, the symptoms can often vary. Acute back pain is characterized as a severe but temporary pain. Chronic back pain generally occurs on a daily basis and can go on for an extended period of time. Some individuals may experience severe symptoms while others may experience mild, deep, achy, burning or electric-like symptoms. These symptoms are typically manifested in conditions such as lumbar radiculopathy.
Back pain is one of the most common symptoms reported by many people around the world. While other symptoms may accompany back pain, these can often vary depending on the affected region of the spine, including the upper, middle and lower back. For more information, please feel free to ask Dr. Jimenez or contact us at (915) 850-0900.
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