"What is causing my back pain?" is probably one of the most common questions physicians get from their patients who are suffering from soreness, stabbing pains, or stiffness in their back.
Some individuals know the exact cause of their suffering, while others can't seem to fathom why it is happening to them.
Therefore, we are writing this blog to help individuals who are in pain. Not only do I think you deserve some insight into the many potential causes of back pain, I also want to help you avoid common risk factors that can lead to more severe or even chronic back pain.
If you are already suffering, I will also touch on what doctor you need to go see immediately and why they are the best option when dealing with the spine and non-visible musculoskeletal injuries in general.
Article Table of Contents:
- Potential Causes of Your Back Injury and Pain
- Risk Factors That Could Potentially Lead to Back Pain
- What Kind of Doctor Can Help Reduce Back Pain?
Potential Causes of Your Back Injury and Pain
Some additional causes for back pain are listed below:
- Strained Muscles or Ligaments
- Bad Posture
- Sedentary Lifestyle
- Poor Mattress
- Car or Motor Vehicle Accident
- Sports Injury
- Slip and Fall Injury
- Slipped or Herniated Disc
- Lifting Heavy Weight
- Sciatic Nerve Pain
- Pinched Nerve