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Lower Back pain is one of the most common medical ailments and problems, affecting 8 out of 10 people at some point in life.

There are different types of back pain from a moderate but constant one to a severe one that comes and goes suddenly.

Next, we group the main symptoms of back pain with their respective possible causes.

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Lower Back Pain when standing: Main Causes and Symptoms in Young Adults

1st Symptoms:

Severe or severe back pain after activity, sudden movement, or lifting a heavy object

Back torment manifestations can incorporate any mix of the accompanying,

  • Difficulty moving, standing, or walking
  • Back pain when touched
  • Severe muscle spasms in the back
  • Possible Causes: Bumps or Contusion / Sports Injury, Muscle Contracture, or Muscle Strain.

A muscle strain in the back is one of the most common causes of acute back pain.

Lifting heavy objects or making sudden movements can cause muscles or ligaments to overstretch, developing microscopic tears that cause pain.

Contractures in the back muscles are caused by stress, muscle tension, and poor posture.

The intensity of back pain from muscle strain and muscle contracture can range from mild discomfort to severe and disabling pain.

2nd Symptoms:

Lower back pain when standing traveling to the buttock, leg, and foot (sciatic pain - sciatica)

Sciatic pain or sciatica includes can include any following combination:

  • Constant lower back pain when standing
  • The pain may be worse in the leg and foot than in the back. Usually only on one side
  • The pain is usually worse after long periods of sitting or standing
  • Severe pain, burning pain, or tingling sensation
  • May be joined by shortcoming, deadness, or trouble moving the leg or foot
  • Possible Causes: Herniated disc or lumbar hernia

Sciatica occurs when a nerve root in the lower spine becomes compressed, causing pain and numbness in the back, buttocks, legs, and even the foot.

In most cases, sciatica is caused by a lumbar hernia, isthmic spondylolisthesis, or degenerative disc disease.

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3rd Symptoms:

Chronic low back pain that gets worse with certain positions and movements

Back torment manifestations can incorporate any mix of the accompanying,

  • Periods of constant but mild back pain followed by episodes of severe pain/muscle spasms lasting days or even months
  • Back pain worsens when sitting or standing
  • Walking or running can ease pain
  • Changing positions frequently can ease pain
  • Possible Causes: Degenerative disc disease

Lumbar degenerative disc disease can affect young people, even in their 20s.

When the discs between the lumbar vertebrae begin to break down, the damaged disc can cause swelling and slight instability in the lower back pain, leading to pain, muscle spasms, and sometimes sciatic pain.

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4th Symptoms:

Deep lower back pain when standing that is worse when standing or walking

Back torment manifestations can incorporate any mix of the accompanying,

  • Pain that radiates to the buttocks (sciatic pain or radicular pain)
  • Pain that worsens when leaning back
  • Pain decreases by sitting and leaning forward
  • Feeling of tiredness in the legs and numbness and tingling in the leg, especially after walking
  • Possible Causes: isthmic spondylolisthesis

Isthmic spondylolisthesis occurs when a vertebra in the lower back pain slides forward into space in the disc below it.

It is more common at the L5 - S1 level and can cause back pain and sciatic pain due to the nerve compression that is generated.

In the Pain-Free Back Program, we have the most effective treatment against isthmic spondylolisthesis.

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