Back Pain is one of the most common reasons cited for patients to see a physician. Back
Pain are very common in modern society. The prevalence of Back Pain may continue to increase
further. The consequences of Back Pain are lower quality of life, sleep disruptions, care
seeking and absenteeism. Recurrences of Back Pain have been shown to be both frequent and costly. Studies shown
that pain does not resolve itself when ignored. Back Pain is a common complaint.
| More than 70% of people may experience low back pain at least once during their
lives. Studies shown that pain does not resolve itself when ignored. Low Back pain is a common
complaint. The consequences of Low Back Pain are lower quality of life, sleep disruptions, care
seeking and absenteeism. Recurrences of Low Back Pain have been shown to be both frequent and
What Are The Causes Of Back Pain?
Back pain can comes from joints, inter vertebral disk, stress facture, Sacroiliac joint injury ,muscle
trigger point,neural tension,referred pain, radicular pain, somatic pain, overuse and repetitive strain.
Myofascial pain and fibromyalgia are common local painful muscle disorder caused by myofascial trigger points and
tender points. Other pain conditions can originate from bone and sfot tissue tumors, endocrine disorder,infection
and some diseases.
How Can Back Pain Be Treated?
We can combine evidence-based treatment trigger point therapy, joint mobiliuzation,traction,muscle energy
techniques, neural stretching,and soft tissue therapy for your back pain:
Back Pain treatment addresses acute and chronic pain. Complementary Therapy recommends that prevention should be
consider to reduce or eliminate the recurrence of Back Pain.
Acupressure was effective in reducing low back pain
Collateral meridian acupressure therapy effectively relieves postregional anesthesia/analgesia backache
Acupuncture and dry-needling for low back pain
Chiropractic management of low back pain and low back-related leg complaints: a
Painful myofascial trigger points and pain sites in men with chronic prostatitis/chronic pelvic pain
Chiropractic management of myofascial trigger points and
myofascial pain syndrome: a systematic review of the literature
Trigger Point Therapy
Trigger points: diagnosis and management
Healing Pain with Trigger Point Therapy
Trigger Point Therapy — What Is It?