Category: Neck Pain

Upper Back Pain: Symptoms, Diagnosis, and Treatment

  There can be many underlying reasons for upper back pain although it is mostly resistant to injury compared to other parts of the back. The pain is usually experienced after a traumatic affliction to the upper back but sometimes it can also appear out of the blue, with no apparent reason. Poor posture, repetitive

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Tips for Online Students About Managing Back Pain

Online learning has recently become a very popular mode of attaining education, especially for those who are bound by time and liabilities. E-Learning has made education accessible even to the remotest parts of the world, provided there is a working internet connection, and a computer to access online lectures. However, there’s a heavy price to

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Trapezius Myalgia, It’s Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment

  Trapezius myalgia is a condition in which there is acute pain in the upper trapezius muscle, accompanied by stiffness and difficulty in movement. It is not in itself a disorder but a symptom of an underlying condition. The trapezius is a large muscle that runs from the occipital bone to the thoracic region and

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Neck Pain: Causes and Symptoms

INTRODUCTION Your neck and back are both made up of small bones called vertebrae. These are stacked on the top of each other to form your spinal column. Your spinal column supports the head and protects your spinal cord. This structure links the nerves network throughout your body. All the messages travel along with this

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Text Neck Syndrome, Its Causes, and Treatment

Introduction The dot com boom was sure a cease to new beginnings, to a more mature world we live in today. If there is anything we don’t understand we can dot com it. Yes, the internet has been a bliss and a boon but it sure gave an addiction to our generation. How often do

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TIPS TO IMPROVE QUALITY OF LIFE WHILE LIVING WITH CHRONIC PAIN

Chronic pain is recognised as a major public health problem, producing a significant economic and social burden. Moreover, this condition not only affects the patient but it also affects his or her family and social circle. Several studies have analysed the effect of chronic pain on patient’s lives, highlighting the strong correlation between this condition

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IS YOUR NECK OR BACK PAIN INCREASING? IT’S TIME TO VISIT A DOCTOR

Your neck is directly connected to your back. In fact the vertebrae that exist in the spine also extend up to the neck. There are seven interlocking vertebrae present in the neck. These connect to other things such as muscles, ligaments and tendons. Together with the back, the neck helps balance your head. It’s not

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