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The most common issues caused by lumbar spine pain are degenerated discs, herniated lumbar discs, sacroiliac joint dysfunction, spondylolisthesis and muscular problems, says Spine-Health. Chronic conditions like spinal s... More »

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Going through the back is less invasive than going through the front for lumbar spine fusion surgery, so it is best for many spinal conditions, according to The Longstreet Clinic. Going through the front is necessary for... More »

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Performing gentle stretches and strengthening exercises under the supervision of a physiotherapist is a good way to manage and treat L4 lumber back pain, states Spine-health. Before starting any new exercise regimen, it ... More »

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Middle back pain in women is caused by overuse of the muscles in the back, poor posture, injury to the muscles or discs that support the spine, and muscle strain, explains WebMD. Some women may injure the middle area of ... More »

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Lower back pain is a possible symptom of back muscle strain, a lumbar herniated disk, degenerative disk disease and isthmic spondylolisthesis, which are diseases that commonly affect people age 30 to 60 years old, report... More »

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Lumbar spondylosis refers to a degeneration of the discs in the lower spine, according to PubMed Health. These discs separate vertebrae and offer a cushion between the bones. Lumbar spondylosis is also often called degen... More »

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Spondylosis with myelopathy is degeneration of the discs and facet joints of the spine resulting in dysfunction and impairment of the spinal cord, according to Spine-health.com. When it affects the cervical region of the... More »

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