Often causes back pain are functional disorders and myofascial syndromes, but also there are many other reasons that can not be ignored, since it requires a medical examination and if necessary further examination.
Causes of back pain and neck:
1) Muscular imbalance and myofascial pain
- may be due to muscle fatigue
- may be as a consequence of sub-optimal static overload
- neck muscle pain can beat a consequence of stress, the Intellectual and visual surge
- mіshechnіe neck pain can result bіt stress intelectual and visual overload.
- may be as a consequence of muscle injury
- may be due to a reflex response to the evolving herniated disc with nerve irritation sinuvertebralnogo .
- may be due to stimulation of the reflex reaction capsule facet blocks with vertebral-motor segment .
- may be due to an overload of compensatory muscle tension
- may be due to reflex muscle imbalance , as a reaction to the functional pathology of internal organs and stimulation of the autonomic nervous system at this level.
- hereditary neuro- degenerative diseases of the nervous system
2) The inflammatory process in the spinal motor sigmente
- may be due to aseptic inflammation in the investigation of a herniated disc
- may be a consequence of irritation of the nerve root or
- may be due to aseptic inflammation in rheumatic process
- may be due to a ligament injury of the vertebral- motor segment
- may be due to capsulitis or facet arthrosis .
3 ) Recognised pain in diseases of the internal organs by law Ged zones Zahara , as well as pain radiating from the main focus of pain.
4) sympathalgia during stimulation of the sympathetic plexus nodes
5) Metabolic abnormalities in osteoporosis
6) Myalgia with myopathies and muscular dystrophy (both hereditary and paraneoplastic rheumatic or genesis)
7) Chronic pain and psychosomatic pain
8) infectious lesions of the spine and muscles
9) Oncological processes may cause pain in muscles and joints, and bones.
When muscle pain or mechanical reflex origin, with functional blocking of the joints, the consequences of minor injuries – can effectively help structural osteopathy.
When pain in the investigation of aseptic inflammation of the vertebral-motion segment, in consequence of the muscle reflex responses to inflammation, as a consequence of compression and irritation of the nerve root or, or as a consequence of traumatic ligament damage – will be effective and appropriate approach classical neurology and orthopedics. Osteopathy in these cases can be used as a secondary helper, and if there are contraindications to drug therapy – as an alternative method.
In rheumatic diseases, when immunity shows aggression to the connective tissue of the musculoskeletal system – will be effective rheumatology. Osteopathy can be considered as a secondary helper in the subacute period.
At various hereditary neurodegenerative and metabolic pathologies muscle and bone tissue – adequate approach neurology and rheumatology. Osteopathy can be considered as a method of rehabilitation in these conditions and to stimulate the body’s recovery.
When muscle reflex reactions to functional pathology of internal organs can be effective visceral osteopathy.
When reflected pain from internal organs ( an assumed organic pathology of these bodies), patients should doobsledovatsya general practitioner and perform appropriate treatment recommendations. In this case, osteopathy can be considered as a secondary helper method in the absence of contraindications.
Those with chronic pain and psychosomatic pain constructively combination approach neurology, therapy and osteopathy.
Oncological and neoplastic processes of the patient should be observed and treated by an oncologist, and under the control of the oncologist may be treated by a neurologist and an orthopedist. When resolving oncologist patient may facilitate their condition through treatment soft osteopathic techniques.
Infection of the spine, musculoskeletal system, muscles and nervous system should be treated in a complex infectious diseases physicians, neurologist and an orthopedist. In this case there is no evidence for osteopathy.