More Potential Causes of Lower Back Pain (Part II)

In Part I, we discussed irritable bowel syndrome and kidney stones as two possible causes of low back pain, that really don’t have anything to do with you back.

In Part II, we’ll talk about back pain that truly is coming from your back, and what you can do to not only stop it, but prevent it from ever coming back again.

Low Back Issues

The most common place to have aback problem is in the lower part of your back. This is where the bulk of the torque and stress is dealt with. Over time, a large percentage of people will have to deal with a disc becoming herniated, the spine getting out of alignment, or the slippage of the SI Joint.

Whatever the initial diagnosis turns out to be, the root of the problem is generally the same – some sort of muscle imbalance in the affected area.

Muscle imbalances can cause all kinds of pain in different areas of your body that mimic other problems (like IBS). Getting treatment for any muscle imbalances you might have is the key that will unlock the door of pain-free living.

Muscles are a highly misunderstood part of human anatomy. Not only do they play a huge role in our movement, but that provide essential support for bones and most of your organs. If these all-important muscles become even slightly out of balance, they can’t do their job and it begins a cascading chain of events that becomes difficult to stop.

For reasons known only to themselves, Doctors usually turn to drugs to provide relief, and when that doesn’t work, surgery is usually the next option.

But there is a MUCH easier way!

Muscle imbalances can be dealt with in a very flexible and inexpensive manner. It’s easy to do as well. Give one of the treatment systems a try the next time you find yourself with back pain, but can’t quite figure out why.

Donovan Sparks has been writing for various websites since 2003. He writes about hundreds of different topics, including palm tree lamp products. If you would like to learn more, you can visit his website at

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