Understanding Chronic Back Pain And Chronic Pain Management

What Is Chronic Back Pain?

Chronic back pain is a common diagnosis as millions of men and women around the world suffer from chronic back pain. Chronic back pain is back pain that last for 3 months or longer. Chronic back pain can be difficult to predict. Chronic back pain can be extremely painful at times and at others, the pain can be minor. There’s a large difference from patient to patient. Two patients having chronic pain can have similar pain or completely opposite of one another.

Chronic pain in general is when signals of pain remain active in the nervous system for long periods at a time, a length that can last for years. Knowing that chronic pain can last for years, this can take a toll on your health. Dealing with your chronic back pain can be mentally, physically and emotionally daunting for anyone. This is especially true when you’ve reached out for help only to be turned away for solving your chronic back pain.

Chronic Back Pain And Your Emotions

Dealing with chronic back pain can be emotionally demanding. It’s not uncommon for chronic pain sufferers to have issues with depression, anxiety and stress. It’s not unusual for chronic pain patients to feel negative about every aspect of their life. The longer left untreated, the worse these symptoms can get. We know that your chronic back pain can cause the body to produce less natural pain relievers.  You have to remember, chronic back pain effects you mentally and physically. Everyone that suffers from chronic pain can react to it differently.

This is another reason that you have to get treatment for your chronic back pain. Most people don’t realize everything that chronic back pain can cause. It’s much more then the back pain. Some of you may have to go a step further and get help mentally. Your dealing with your nerves here. Your nerves can even make your chronic pain worse. It’s extremely important that you get your chronic pain treated now.

Symptoms Of Chronic Back Pain

Chronic back pain can have several different symptoms. One of the most common symptoms of chronic back pain is never ending back pain. To be classified as chronic pain, it has to be pain that last longer then 3 months. If you’ve been experiencing chronic back pain for 3 months or more, you probably have chronic back pain. Your back pain could minor, average or severe. Your chronic pain could be worse in the morning or worse at night. It’s that constant pain that defines your condition as “Chronic.”

A few more symptoms of chronic back pain can be burning, dull, stabbing, shocking and sharp pain. Having chronic back pain, you may even experience multiple symptoms of chronic pain. One day, your pain may be dull. The next day, it could be a shocking back pain that you feel. Chronic back pain sufferers may also experience fatigue, soreness, aching, tightness and stiffness in their back. You may also experience fever, chills and sudden weight loss.

Sources Of Chronic Back Pain

There’s several different things that can be the source of your chronic back pain. Chronic back pain can be caused by disease, injuries or even stress. Any type of injury to your spinal cord, bones, ligaments or nerves can cause chronic back pain. Chronic back pain may be easy to locate while others can be extremely difficult. Injury is the most common cause of chronic back pain. As I always say, it doesn’t take much to injure the back. If you’ve been hurting for months, it’s time to start treating your chronic back pain.

Diseases and medical conditions are another source of chronic back pain. Arthritis, herniated disc, spinal stenosis and sciatica are all sources of chronic back pain. Degenerative Disc Disease, also known as (DDD) is one of the most common diseases that cause chronic back pain. Your disc sit between your vertebrae and cushions the spinal. Your disc act as a shock absorber, allowing your spine to properly move and align. As you age, your back disc shrink and this can cause your bones to rub. Your disc can get into your nerve roots and it can cause serious back pain. This shows you that injury isn’t the only cause of chronic pain.

Chronic Back Pain Treatments

There’s several different treatments when it comes to chronic back pain. Doctors can use a variety of different treatment methods for chronic back pain. For decades and even now, some still feel that chronic back pain is all in your head. I’m here to tell you, this is false and inaccurate. We understand how the nerves can send information to your brain and reflect pain. It’s up to you to choose the right chronic back pain treatment. All I can do is help you understand chronic back pain and how you can find pain relief from your condition. Below, you’ll see some of the more common methods used to treat chronic back pain.

  • Chiropractic
  • Electrical Stimulation
  • Exercise
  • Massage
  • Over-The-Counter Medications
  • Pain Medications
  • Physical Therapy
  • Relaxation Techniques

 

Our Chronic Back Pain Treatment

When I was younger, I suffered from chronic back pain. I dealt with chronic back pain for more then a decade. My pain was the reason I chose to become a doctor an develop the Doctor’s Back Pain Systems. It took years to develop this chronic back pain treatment but it has helped thousands of my patients end their chronic back pain. If you follow my treatment exactly as planned, you can end your chronic back pain also. I host 3 FREE webinars each day and all I ask is for a few moments of your time. I’ll go into detail about chronic back pain and how you can help yourself by ending your back pain. It only takes a few seconds to sign up and it’s free, you have nothing to lose. I’ll see you there.

 

Dr Jason Hurst

Dr. Jason Hurst is the Founder and creator of the Doctor's Pain Relief Systems, a natural pain relief treatment to help you eliminate your pain naturally.