BACK PAIN, LUMBAGO, BACK ACHE, SCIATICA, SYATICAback pain from sciatica or bursitis and lumbage can cause lumbosasral and scrariolias, back pain, back hurts back ache, and stiffness
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Myofascial Trigger Points in the back, shoulders or buttocks cause some controversy over just where is the pain? Most would agree that it is something in the muscle. A trigger point is a small contraction knot in a muscle. This knot can be as small as a pea or as big as a thumb. It is buried deep in the muscle.Have you ever felt a sudden stab of pain in your back that leaves you immobilized? There are numerous muscles in the back and any one of these muscles can develop myofascial trigger points that refer pain and other distressing symptoms usually to a remote location. The nerve fibers that transmit information to the brain are known as sensory nerve fibers. There are patients in whom the upper lumbar spinal nerves are involved, in which case pain may be felt in the upper thigh, groin or even the lower part of the abdomen. Though the general organs served by low sacral, spinal or labial pain whose origin is one of upper lumbar spinal nerves. " In spite of this," the muscles receive little attention in modern medical school teaching and medical textbooks." Welcome to the club. About 31 million Americans hurt their backs each year. In fact, the annual health care cost for back pain is estimated to be as high as $24 billion, with additional billions in lost workdays.
Fortunately, back injuries are not usually serious, about 70 to 90 percent of them are caused by muscle or ligament strain, often stemming from weakness in the lower back. Although many people are afraid to workout after theyve "wrenched" their backs, slow regular exercise is the best defense against re-injury. Goode Wraps relax muscles and reduce stress on ligaments and tendons. Our HexTapes can be applied directly to the trigger points.
February 23, 1999
Add sciatica to the sorts of back pain that shouldn't keep you in bed.
A week or two in bed used to be routine treatment for any sort of aching back. But over the past 15 years, doctors have learned that many types of backaches get better just as fast if people go about their normal activities.
Until now, that hadn't been tested with pain from the sciatic nerve -- pain that's usually limited to the buttocks and thigh but sometimes goes all the way down to the foot.
Dr. Patrick C.A.J. Vroomen of Maastricht University Hospital in the Netherlands, where two weeks of bed rest is a common treatment for sciatica, reported his findings in last week's New England Journal of Medicine.
Doctors randomly assigned 183 patients either to bed rest or "watchful waiting" -- getting up and about whenever possible without provoking pain.
After two weeks, 65 percent of the 92 patients who got out of bed only to bathe or use the toilet felt better. So did 70 percent of those who were up and about more regularly. Within statistical error, those are the same results.
After 12 weeks, 87 percent of patients in each group felt better.
By the Associated Press
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Improve Athletic Performance Pilot Study Two trials, one kicking a football the other a standing high jump. Both showed a 5% improvement wearing the Goode Wraps. The products worn by the kicker were quadricept wraps. The high jumper wore ankle wraps and compression shorts. The tests were done with placebo wraps.
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Osteoarthritis Pain Study All of the subjects had been diagnosed with Osteoarthritis
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