Neck pain is one of the common problems experienced by nearly two-thirds of the population. Though a patient feels the pain in the neck, it can be caused by various problems. These include postural abnormalities, deep neck muscle weakness, muscle tightness occurring in the neck or upper back, or pinching of the nerves stemming from the cervical vertebrae.
Joint disruption in the neck or the upper back may cause pain. Moreover, neck pain may originate secondary to the injury, other health issues, or stems from other areas or structures of the body.
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Another spinal conditions faced by general population across the world is back pain. Nearly 60–80% of the population undergoes back pain at some point during their lifetime.
Types of back pain:
Upper back pain
Lower back pain
Tailbone back pain
Back pain can be a sharp, piercing, dull, or just a burning sensation. According to the research, approximately 98% of the back pain patients have been treated with non-specific acute back pain with no serious underlying pathology.
On the other hand, secondary back pain contributes to nearly 2% of the cases and involves underlying pathologies including metastatic cancer, abscesses, or referred abdominal organ pain. However, these pathologies do not contribute to the most common causes of back pain.