Left Side And Right Side Lower Back Pain: Common Causes

The term “Sciatica” refers to the sciatic nerve that runs from the lower back through the buttocks passing to the legs. All these activities contribute to the cycle of ongoing back pain. Here in this article you will find the major causes, symptoms and treatments for back pain sciatica. I strongly recommend training core stability (pilates) for any person lifting on a regular basis
The lower back is defined as the area from the level of a trouser belt to the point at which the crease between the buttocks starts. If there is also pain outside this area, we speak of low back pain that radiates – to the leg for example. Facet joints are the joints that link the vertebrae (back bones) together. They can be affected by osteoarthritis due to degeneration (wear and tear). Degeneration means that the spinal column deteriorates through ageing.
Aging can cause various parts of the lower backbone to change. This includes the intervertebral disc that may become narrow and bulge out, the small joints (facet joints) that develop osteoarthritis, and also other structures such as muscles and ligaments which work less well as we grow older. These changes in the lower spine that come with age are known as degenerative abnormalities or wear and tear. It is important to know that degenerative abnormalities are not always accompanied by pain, but often by stiffness.
The most common symptom of osteoarthritis of the facet joints is pain on one side of the lower back that often radiates out sideways. The pain often gets worse when sitting in the same position for a long time or when turning the lower back or bending forwards or backwards. The pain can usually be provoked by prolonged overloading such as sitting or standing for a long time, or sauntering. Walking and cycling usually cause fewer symptoms.

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