Cronic Back Pain

Were you looking for information about Back Pain? Cronic back pain is a common misspelling and variation of back pain.
 
Back pain is one of our society's most common medical problems. At some point, it affects an estimated 8 out of 10 people. Chronic back pain is pain in the back that persists for more than three months; it is often progressive; and the cause can be difficult to determine. Symptoms of back pain can range from a muscle ache to shooting pain; back pain may also result in a limited range of motion and an inability to stand up straight. Applying ergonomic principles -- designing furniture and tools to protect the body from injury -- at home and in the workplace can greatly reduce the risk of back injury and help maintain a healthy back.
 
(The eMedTV article Back Pain explores this topic in greater detail, including an in-depth look at some of the treatment options that are available for back pain.)
 
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